This map shows how much average temperatures have changed and are likely to change by in future. Scroll through the timeline to see how southern Africa will get hotter and hotter. Dark red means that temperatures are expected to increase by up to 5 degrees Celsius compared to the yearly average temperatures between 1971 and 2000. Light yellow means temperatures remain stable. Explore the stories on the map to find out how temperature changes affect southern Africa.




This map shows by how much rainfall could change by in future. Scroll through the timeline to see how rainfall patterns are expected to change in southern Africa. Brown means rainfall is expected to decrease relative to the yearly average rainfall measured between 1971 and 2000. Blue means rainfall is expected to increase relative to that same average rainfall. Explore the stories on the map to find out how rainfall changes affect southern Africa.


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