It may, depending on whether the wind is blowing with or against the direction the sound is desired to travel. However, the difference is virtually inaudible to the human ear. In fact, it is possible that wind may actually interfere with sound travel because the sound waves are disturbed in the process. Sound travels very well when is is not affected at all by the wind. Ultimately, the speed and distance that sound travels is determined by multiple factors, with wind or air turbulence being just one of them.
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