Parts of the United Kingdom were already blanketed on Sunday despite Bella brining high winds and heavy rain overnight.
A Met Office snow and ice warning is in force until Sunday 15:00 GMT, and again from 18:00 GMT until Monday morning.
A Status Yellow wind warning for seven counties remains in place until 2pm as gusts associated with Storm Bella continue to pass over the country.
Nenthead in Cumbria was similarly wintry, with snow covering the hills of the village.
Through the evening and into Monday, meteorologists are warning the snow and ice could also pose a risk to more central and southern areas of England.
A colder airmass is likely to bring treacherous icy conditions as bands of wintry showers are moving through, bringing a mix of sleet and snow for many.
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Snow had already fallen in parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and England by Sunday afternoon, while more than 100 flood warnings were in place across England following days of stormy conditions.
As Storm Bella moves across England on Boxing Day night into Sunday morning, there are a number of weather warnings in place until Monday December 28.
Storm Bella continued to wreak havoc across parts of England and Wales.
The top wind speed was recorded at the Needles on the Isle of Wight where it reached 106mph overnight on Saturday.
Across the Channel, almost all of France was under storm warning Sunday, with winds up to 90 miles per hour (145 kph) registered at the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris and heavy rains and gusts lashing the Atlantic coast, according to the national weather service and utility services.
Thousands of households in France and the United Kingdom were left without electricity on Sunday as storm Bella caused torrential rain and heavy winds in the region.