As the sun came up on 30 November Torteval was still covered with a layer of snow with more wintery showers forecast for later in the day. Send in your pictures of snow to firstname.lastname@example.org
The snow covered the fields of the Castel on 29 November, though by the morning of the 30th much of it had melted in the lower parishes. Picture by Mike Gurney.
Sunrise seen from a snowy Plaisance Road, St Pierre du Bois, taken by Jenny Hamon on Monday 29 November. Send in your pictures of snow to email@example.com
Snowfall covered St Andrew's Church and graveyard as wintry weather hit Guernsey on 27 November, taken by Chris Russell.
Car tracks traced through a quiet lane in St Andrew as snow turns the trees white on 27 November, taken by Chris Russell.
Martin sent in this picture to show "it's definitely snowing up here in the Forest!" as snowfall hit the island on Saturday 27 November.
Guernsey cows look for a drink and some food in the snow as captured by the picture taken by Judith Cook in Torteval on 27 November.
Snow covers the island's south coast in this photograph taken by Judith Cook in Torteval on the morning of Saturday 27 November after overnight snowfall.
Moments before a hail shower hit Cobo on 24 November a rainbow was visible seemingly arching out of the beach towards Grande Rocques. For a chance of seeing your photos in the gallery send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
With a cold snap forecast for the coming days and weeks, Monday 22 November started with rain falling on the Bailiwick.
It was another clear and sunny start to the day on 16 November but rainclouds out to sea caused a rainbow to appear at Vazon.
The sun set in a almost totally clear sky over a calm Belle Greve Bay on 15 November as the lights came on along the St Peter Port sea front.
After another wet and windy weekend the sun was out and the sky was blue to start a new week on Monday 15 November.
After another night of rain and strong winds it was a cold but comparatively clear morning on 10 November at Belle Greve Bay.
The sun breaks through the heavy cloud over Vazon after a night of rain and strong winds which caused flooding on Guernsey's east coast.
The seas were still rough following the stormy night which saw force nine gales batter Guernsey from the east and west at different times.
Overcast skies recede to the east after strong wind and heavy showers started the day on Saturday 6 November at Moulin Huet.
The blue sky broke through the clouds over an autumnal Cambridge Park covered with fallen leaves on the morning of 4 November.
After a short shower the sun tried to break through the clouds over the Vale Pond and church yard at lunchtime on 3 November.
Calm seas on the east coast and blue skies started November 2010, as seen from this view across Belle Greve Bay to St Peter Port.
The sun glistened off the sea and shone on the boats moored in the calmness of the natural harbour at Grande Havre on 1 November.
After a weekend of surf for the annual Children In Need Surf Contest at Vazon there was still a wave under the blue skies on 1 November.