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All climate fields are expected to increase (Table 33.7). Temperature will increase by 3.9oC, surface wind speeds by 1.2%, precipitation by 35.7%, evaporation by 15.4%, soil water balance by 6.1%, and runoff by 233%.

Table 33.6 Northern region climate fields.

Climate field

A2 Scenario

Historical

A2 Change

A2 Percentage

Temperature(oC)

26.561

22.275

4.286

19.239

Wind speed(m/s)

4.095

4.145

-0.05

-1.194

Precipitation(mm/ day)

0.219

0.229

-0.009

-4.081

Evaporation(mm/day)

0.755

0.746

0.009

1.243

Runoff(mm/day)

0.002

0.001

0.001

101.306

P-E(mm/day)

-0.531

-0.518

-0.013

-2.559

Table 33.7 Southern region climate fields.

Climate field

A2 Scenario

Historical

A2 Change

A2 Percentage

Temperature(oC)

30.921

27.023

3.897

14.422

Wind speed(m/s)

4.134

4.085

0.049

1.197

Precipitation(mm/day)

1.005

0.74

0.264

35.69

Evaporation(mm/day)

1.483

1.286

0.197

15.352

Runoff(mm/day)

0.007

0.002

0.005

233.382

P -E(mm/day)

-0.512

-0.546

0.033

6.124

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