In The Wind Meaning
(idiomatic) At whereabouts unknown, especially when law enforcement authorities have lost track of one's location.
Example: 1594, William Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors, act 3, sc. 1:
There is something in the wind, that we cannot get in.
1892, Rudyard Kipling, Barrack-room Ballads, "Tommy," line 31:
There's trouble in the wind, my boys.
2008, Fred Weir, "In Moscow, Rice signals warmer US-Russia ties," Christian Science Monitor, 19 Mar. (retrieved 21 Oct 2010):
A grand strategic bargain between Russia and the US could be in the wind, after years of deteriorating relations.