Hey Y'all! Been awhile since I've been on here, but just had a question I couldn't find the answer to online: Does the effect of wind increase with decreasing density altitude? Suppose there's a 15kt crosswind, but a density altitude of around -5000ft. Because the air is denser, will the crosswind have a greater effect on the aircraft than a 15kt X-wind at 5000ft DA? Is the effect negligible? Or is it mitigated by the fact that the air coming straight at you is just as dense? The question mostly pertains to kicking out on landing, more-so than cruise flight. Ostensibly, in equilibrium at cruise, the effects will cancel out; I'm more interested in the immediate changes in velocity right around the time of landing. Thanks for any insight you can provide!