Conclusion 3

In wind, fast fallers have a steeper trajectory than slow fallers.

For each knot of wind, a slow faller will drift 25 feet farther than a fast faller (so a 30kt average wind will result in >750 feet more drift for the slow faller).

Now run the simulation with some wind (say 40kt uppers). Observe that the track of the freeflying ball is steeper than the RW ball. The RW ball spends more time in the wind and drifts farther. If the freeflyer exits first, the wind drift effect is to further reduce separation. If the freeflyer exits last, wind drift increases separation.