When we hang wet clothes outside, they dry faster if it is windy.
The wind causes forced convection and removes the air saturated with vapor, and the rate of evaporation does not decrease much in time this way. And also the wind keeps the temperature difference between the clothes and the air just around them. This is how I would answer the question why wet clothes dry faster in windy air.
1) Can we explain this by just using Bernoulli's principle?
2) Does it even apply in this situation if we want to determine the change in evaporation rates because of pressure decreases?
3) When there is wind, does it necessarily mean that the pressure is less than the no windy air case?
4) Would the change of evaporation rate due to pressure change be significant in this question?