Results and Discussion 3351 Eastern province

Table 33.3 shows an increase of 4.47oC, surface wind speeds decreased by 1% precipitation stand tall with substantial increases of 40%, a slight increase of 0.87% in surface evaporation which contributed to an increase of 4% in the soil water balance and an increase of 162% in runoff.

Table 33.3 Eastern region climate fields.

Climate field

A2 Scenario

Historical

A2 Change

A2 Percentage

Temperature (oC)

28.843

24.37

4.473

18.353

Wind speed (m/s)

4.157

4.212

-0.055

-1.307

Precipitation (mm/day)

0.334

0.256

0.078

30.313

Evaporation (mm/day)

0.744

0.737

0.006

0.875

Runoff (mm/day)

0.003

0.001

0.002

162.105

P -E(mm/day)

-0.461

-0.481

0.02

4.199

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