Schools were closed in the municipality of Ronda after an estimated 25 cm of snow fell, the heaviest recorded in thirty years.
The freezing temperatures across Spain, where extreme weather warnings have been present everywhere this week except the Canary Islands, are expected to continue over the weekend.
Ronda, which clings to a rocky outcrop overlooking the Tajo gorge proved it was just as picturesque with a coating of white.
Lo bien que le queda la nieve a Ronda. pic.twitter.com/IhDPTe3TMX
— Mariscal de Campo (@MariscalDuda) January 19, 2017
— Twiteros de Málaga (@TDMalaga) January 19, 2017
— Juan Antonio Ibañez (@juanantoniois) January 19, 2017
Ronda también se ha visto cubierta por la nieve pic.twitter.com/55XcYNYtV2
— MálagaJunta (@MalagaJunta) January 19, 2017
— SER Málaga (@SER_Malaga) January 19, 2017
— Jon Nazca (@JonNazca) January 19, 2017
This map shows the roads that are impassable due to snow.
— Emergencias Sevilla (@EmergenciasSev) January 19, 2017
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