Snow chaos is set to continue across much of the UK as the Met Office issued further warnings hours after Storm Bella ravaged the country with high winds and heavy rain.
Parts of the UK were already blanketed on Sunday after Bella battered regions overnight on Boxing Day as post-Christmas temperatures plunge.
The Met Office has now issued yellow weather warnings for ice and snow across Scotland, northern England, Northern Ireland and parts of north Wales.
The warnings came into effect at 3pm on Sunday and are due to remain in place until 6pm on Monday, with a band of rain, sleet and up to two inches of snow set to fall.
Snow and sleet is a possibility in Scotland from Sunday morning, and will move south throughout the day, bringing the risk of ice and bad driving conditions.
Red deer stand in the snow in Glence, Scotland, after much of the country was blanketed on Sunday in the wake of Storm Bella
Snow plough spreads grit as it passes through Killin, Stirlingshire, where the Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings
Snow is set to fall in the UK as the Met Office issues warnings across the country hours after Storm Bella hit. Pictured: A snow plough travels along the A82 in Glencoe, Scotland on Sunday
Fresh snow covered Buachaille Etive Mor in Glencoe in white, as high winds and rain besieged much of the country with Storm Bella
Parts of the UK were already blanketed on Sunday despite Bella brining high winds and heavy rain overnight. Pictured: Red deer enjoying the snow at Glencoe, Scotland
Parts of the north west of England have seen snow and sleet this morning. Pictured: Nenthead in Cumbria on Sunday
The Met Office has issued a snow warnings for parts of Scotland. Pictured: A man clears snow from a driveway in Stirlingshire
Glencoe was covered in a thick blanket of snow while much further south people were also out clearing drives in parts of Stirlingshire in the Central Belt on Sunday morning.
Nenthead in Cumbria was similarly wintry, with snow covering the hills of the village.
Through Sunday evening and into Monday, meteorologists are warning the snow and ice could also pose a risk to more central and southern areas of England.
Further into the week and towards the New Year conditions will remain cold with sunshine and the possibility of wintry showers, the Met Office said, adding that rail journeys may be affected and roads are likely to be icy.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for ice and snow across Scotland, northern England, Northern Ireland and parts of north Wales. It is due to in place until Monday, with a band of rain, sleet and up to two inches of snow set to fall
Snow storm: Storm Bella battered parts of the North West and Cumbria (pictured) this morning with strong winds and heavy snow showers. This comes as weather forecasters warn of weeks of wintery conditions which are set to hit parts of the UK
A cold snap and icy conditions still to come as Britain braces for a cold end to 2020. Pictured: hikers making the most of the stunning views in the Peak District
A motorist stops to take a closer look at the red deer in the snow alongside the A82 in Glencoe, Scotland, on a wintry day across the country
Snow surrounds the Falls of Dochart at Killin in Stirlingshire on Sunday as Britain braces for a cold spell with further snow and ice expected
It warned that ice is likely to form on untreated surfaces within the warning area on Sunday following the heavy rain from Storm Bella, while colder weather in Scotland will turn showers to snow.
On Monday, as rainfall moves south across England and parts of Wales, the rain may turn to snow, the Met Office said.
It added that there was a likelihood of 1-3cm or even 5-10cm of snowfall in some places.
While skies are expected to clear overnight on Sunday, the ice is likely to remain.
On Monday, as rainfall moves south across England and parts of Wales, more rain may turn to snow, the Met Office said
Hikers in light snow walk through Hope Woodlands Moor in the Peak district of Derbyshire, after days of wintry weather
The Met Office has issued a high number of flood warnings for large parts of the UK as Storm Bella continues to batter Britain
The snow came as winds caused by Storm Bella reached more than 100mph overnight, while rain lashed the UK.
Two threat to life flood warnings remain in place in Northamptonshire after days of wintry weather across the Christmas break, with a cold snap with icy and wintry conditions still to come.
People in areas that have suffered major flooding in recent days are among those who can expect snow, The Sun reported.
The top wind speed was recorded at the Needles on the Isle of Wight where it reached 106mph overnight on Saturday.
Much further south in Scotland, Killin in Stirlingshire was also covered with snow on Sunday
Hikers in snow on Bleaklow Moor in the Peak district of Derbyshire, after days of wet and wintry weather across the Christmas break
As well as the stormy conditions, temperatures will stay frosty in some parts into next week, prompting health professionals to offer advice on how to keep safe in colder weather.
Dr Ishani Kar-Purkayastha, consultant in public health at Public Health England said: ‘Heat your home to at least 18C if you can, particularly if you have reduced mobility, are 65 and over, or have a health condition such as heart or lung disease.’
Storm Bella follows relatively calm and cold conditions across the UK on Friday, which saw a white Christmas for some more northerly parts of the country.