What examples do you know of from Greco-Roman myths in which the wind as such impregnates a woman (could be mortal or a goddess)? I'm aware of examples where the wind personalized as a god (e.g., Boreas, Zephyrus) impregnates a woman, which is thought of as sex, but here I'm interested in situations where it is just the wind as such and conception is not portrayed as occurring through implied copulation. There are examples of female animals (mares, hens, etc.) being impregnated by a non-personalized wind, but I'm having trouble coming up with examples of women from myths within the Greco-Roman orbit (there are examples from China, for instance).
Because Christ is considered to have been conceived by the Holy Spirit, and spirit and wind are related concepts (Adam, for instance, was animated by the breath of life), I'm going to say
- the Virgin Mary
Still keeping my ears open for examples from other canons, as this is an extraordinarily interesting question. (I'm actually surprised such myths do no abound, as the underlying concept has a ring of "poetic truth".)
Although I know you are looking for examples of "mundane wind", I'm not entirely sure the concepts of wind and spirit can be separated in this context. I propose the Virgin Mary because the wind/Spirit in this instance must be disembodied per the Jewish tradition.