Peterhead say their game against Berwick Rangers is definitely on despite three other Scottish Football League matches being postponed.
The pitch at Balmoor Stadium passed a noon inspection.
But the match between Division Three rivals Clyde and Elgin City, plus the Forfar Athletic v East Fife Division Two game, failed their pitch tests.
The other scheduled Division Two game, between Brechin City and Stirling Albion, was called off on Monday.
Only seven of Saturday's 15 SFL fixtures survived the snow and freezing temperatures.
The SFL now has 33 matches outstanding, including the semi-finals and final of the Scottish Communities League Cup and the Ramsdens Cup final.
However, that is not as bad as last season's record of 55 up until 18 December.
The latest postponement of Stirling's game means that caretaker player-manager Greig McDonald has yet to take charge of a match since the sacking of Jocky Scott on 5 December.