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An increase in all climate fields is expected in this region (Table 33.4). The average daily temperature is expected to increase by 4.27oC, surface wind speeds will increase by 0.62%, precipitation will increase by40%, surface evaporation will increase by 3.4%, soil water balance will increase by 3.6%, and runoff will increase by an astonishing 312%.

Table 33.4 Central region climate fields.

Climate field

A2 Scenario

Historical

A2 Change

A2 Percentage

Temperature(oC)

30.627

26.356

4.271

16.205

Wind speed(m/s)

4.369

4.343

0.027

0.617

Precipitation(mm/day)

0.331

0.235

0.096

40.766

Evaporation(mm/day)

0.861

0.832

0.029

3.44

Runoff(mm/ day)

0.006

0.001

0.005

311.971

P-£(mm/day)

-0.575

-0.597

0.022

3.636

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