My world has multiple layers of floating islands, which by itself causes a lot of climatic-involved problems for me to sort out. That being said I stomped into a very simple yet important factor to take into account when designing a planet: wind currents.
Now, in a world in which the sky is full of giant floating continents and diverse pieces of land, traditional Earth-like currents can't take place (for what I know at least), since the cycle moving air from the surface to the tropopause would be interrupted by the islands.
My question is: Could wind currents behave in a way similar to that of ocean currents for each layer of islands without changing the way climate works too much?
Meaning air would move throughout the gaps between islands semi-independently from the air in the rest of the layers while still having some connection with every simple layer in orther to keep the cycle of the world intact.