Eight Scottish Football League fixtures have been hit by the cold snap.
Stirling v Cowdenbeath and East Fife v Albion Rovers in Division Two were the latest to be postponed after morning pitch inspections.
Division One games between Hamilton and Morton, plus Livingston against Ayr will also require new fixture dates.
Arbroath v Forfar and Dumbarton v Stenhousemuir in Division Two and two Division Three games - Elgin v Annan and Montrose v Queen's Park - are off.
However, Partick Thistle's match at home to Raith Rovers in Division One passed an inspection at 1120.
It means that, despite freezing temperatures and snow, seven SFL matches are due to go ahead.
All five Saturday fixtures in the Scottish Premier League are going ahead as planned.
Hamilton Academical v Morton (frozen pitch)
Livingston v Ayr United (snow and frozen pitch)
Arbroath v Forfar Athletic (following 1045 pitch inspection)
Dumbarton v Stenhousemuir (snow)
East Fife v Albion Rovers (following 1100 inspection)
Stirling Albion v Cowdenbeath (following 1200 inspection)
Elgin City v Annan Athletic (following 1515 inspection, Friday)
Montrose v Queen's Park (following 1000 inspection)
Queen of the South v Falkirk
Partick Thistle v Raith Rovers
Ross County v Dundee
Airdrie United v Brechin City
Berwick Rangers v Alloa Athletic
East Stirlingshire v Clyde
Stranraer v Peterhead