Sierra Nevada opens its slopes after delaying the day due to a strong electrical storm

The Sierra Nevada ski resort has progressively opened its slopes today after a strong electrical storm has forced those responsible for Cetursa to wait for an improvement in weather conditions.

As reported Cetursathe company that manages the station, the electrical storm that affects Sierra Nevada has forced a delay in the normal start-up of the facilities, a measure to guarantee the safety of users.

The initial forecast for this April 20 is to offer just over 33 skiable kilometers distributed in the areas of Lagoon, Veleta, Borreguiles, Loma Dílar and Riverwhich presents little snow in its final part.

Sierra Nevada will close the season this Sunday after overcoming the 72,500 users during Holy Week.