So 13 games out of 17 started after four were postponed in a day of strong winds and heavy showers. We finished with 12 after Arbroath's game at home to Ayr was abandoned at half-time and, in the top flight, Motherwell and Ross County were the biggest beneficiaries.
More bad weather is predicted overnight. However, should elements allow, we tomorrow return to the battle for the Premiership title. Indeed, can we still talk about a real contest for the title now that holders Celtic have established a 10-point lead over Rangers?
Steven Gerrard's challengers, who admittedly do have a game in hand, visit in-form St Johnstone, while Neil Lennon's side host a Kilmarnock licking their wounds after that late capitulation to Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup.
How will the Old Firm sides recover after fine Europa League results on Thursday? Join us tomorrow to find out.