The presence of sheets of ice and sleet on the road has motivated the Cabildo de Tenerife to cut off all access roads to the National Park this Wednesday, from kilometer 16 (La Caldera) to kilometer 47 (Parador del Teide).
Since the early hours of this Wednesday, Teide has shown its most wintry image: covered in a white blanket from the peak to its slopes, an image that confirms the forecasts of precipitation in the form of snow, from a danascheduled for this day.
For this Thursday, the Canary Islands expect cloudy skies and temperatures with few changes or a slight decrease in all the islands except Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, where there could be a slight haze, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
At sea, north or northeast component wind of force 4 or 5, locally 6, subsiding at dawn. Strong swell or swell, north swell of around 1 or 2 meters and occasional downpours, mainly in the north.
In Tenerife there will be a predominance of cloudy skies with a probability of precipitation, which on the northern slope could be locally persistent. Above 2000 meters it will be in the form of snow. Temperatures with few changes or in slight decrease. Northeast wind that will tend to decrease at the end of the day. In summits, moderate wind from the north during the early morning, decreasing in the morning to light wind. Breezes on the north and southwest coasts.