A few hot and dry winds are:
1) Fohen
2) Loo
3) Chinook wind
4) sirocco

1) Fohen: A Fohen is a type of dry warm down-slope wind that occurs in the lee of a mountain range. It is a rain shadow wind that results from the subsequent adiabatic warming of that air that has dropped most of its moisture on windwards slope.

2) Loo : the loo is a strong hot and dry summer afternoon wind from the west which blows over the western Indo-Gangetic plain region of north India and Pakistan. It is especially strong in the months of May and June

3) Chinook wind : Chinook winds are fohen winds in the interior west of North, America, where the canadia prairies and great plains meet many mountain ranges

4) Sirocco: Sirocco is a warm humid wind occurring over the northern Mediterrianean Sea and southern Europe
Bola, calima, cers, brickfielder, chinook, diablo, halny, helm, monsoon, santa ana, vendaval and zonda are some of the winds around the world