Readers in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, sent their pictures of the city's first snowfall in 89 years, including this image from Marina Rueda.
Thousands took to the streets to sample the capital's first snowfall since 1918. (Pic: Marina Rueda)
The snowstorm continued for several hours on Monday. (Pic: Marina Rueda)
Some woke up to the sight of snow for the first time. (Pic: Marina Rueda)
Federico O'Conor took this picture from his balcony overlooking the city.
Many used umbrellas to shelter from the snow, which struck on a national holiday in Argentina. (Pic: Elyssa Weber)
Others hurried to get out of the cold. Temperatures have plunged to -22C (-8F) in parts of the country. (Pic: Elyssa Weber)
While other residents just stood and took in the sight, and taste, of the snow. (Pic: Elyssa Weber)
Mark Wilcoxon sent this picture of his son enjoying the weather.
But for these air passengers, it has meant travel delays. (Pic: Dan Ghinn) You can send your images to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions, please see link on right-hand side.