Everyone has posted good advice but it will do little if it's not remembered. Keep a diary or data book. List weather conditions, ammo, light direction, mirage and sight dope. Absorb the results of each shot and how the conditions effected your call. As you progress recognizing a wind change will become easier and knowing how to handle it will become second nature. It's a long slow process but very rewarding.
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