Love that dry heat!
Whenever we have a low pressure system approaching from the west, it's circular movement causes strong south winds for hours before it comes. That's why our snows don't last that long in the winter - when another storm approaches, the warm south winds melt the previous snowfall.
Anyway, the south wind is whistling today - it's hot, but we have a wind chill of 5 degrees because the humidity is so low:
Feels like: 92F
Dew Point: 33F
Wind: 23 mph S
You don't see this in the midwest.