The Teide National Park shows its most wintry picture this Monday after a drop in temperatures and the report of rainfall in the area that has left as a result a thin layer of snow that covers the volcano and also the vicinity of the Astrophysical Observatory of the Canary Islands.
The weather forecast for this Monday in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife indicates that there will be intervals of medium and high clouds, opening clear in the afternoon, as well as a low probability of weak and occasional rainfall in high areas, without ruling out that they are in snow form on Mount Teide in the early hours. There will also be haze, tending to decrease.
The temperatures will suffer a slight decrease, being more pronounced in the higher areas of the southern slope, and frosts are expected in the Cañadas del Teide during the early morning.
The wind will blow from the southeast, with intervals of strong on the west coast, and diminishing to light during the afternoon. At dawn there will be strong gusts in the high and midlands of the north and northeast, in addition to the predominance of breezes on the north coast.