The wind changes everything:( The wind can affect the flight pattern of any disc you happen to be throwing....and learning to effectively adjust for this will be one of your biggest challenges in disc golf.
Headwinds: Throwing into a headwind will make the flight pattern of your disc more understable. As mentioned elsewhere..this means for a right hand backhand (RHBH) throw..the disc will tend to go more to the right. You might also remember that an understable disc will tend to go to the right even without wind. Therefore.......do not throw an understable disc into a headwind! The result will likely be your disc turning severly to the right( again,assuming RHBH throw). The best strategy is generally to throw an overstable disc in this situation.....it will tend to be less overtable in a headwind than it normally would be...ie the headwind will tend to straighten its flight out. As mentioned elsewhere...overstable discs are not generally recommended for new players...but headwind throwing can be an exception.
Tailwinds: Tailwinds tend to make the flight of your disc more overstable. Obviously then....a disc that is already an overstable disc will fly even more overstable( for a RHBH player it will go left). Therefore...you might consider throwing an understable or neutral disc in this situation...unless the shot calls for you to go hard left on purpose.
Crosswinds: There are differing opinions on how to best play crosswinds. It especially gets tricky when it is not a pure crosswind.....but rather coming from an angle. Generally speaking...try to avoid exposing the flight plate to the crosswind in a manner that causes your disc to be carried in an undesired direction. For example: If there is a right to left crosswind, and you(RHBH player assumed) throw an overstable disc....when the disc begins to fade left(as it is designed to do) ..the crosswind is going to carry it even further left. Plan your strategy accordingly.