Three more Scottish Football League matches have been postponed due to bad weather.
Annan Athletic's home match against Peterhead, Berwick Rangers v Stirling Albion and Clyde's visit to East Stirlingshire have been called off.
Another Third Division fixture, Elgin City v Queen's Park, was postponed on Friday.
Albion Rovers v Stenhousemuir and Brechin City v Queen of the South in Division Two had also been called off.
All five First Division matches are due to go ahead.
In the Second Division, Alloa Athletic's home game against Stranraer, Forfar Athletic's visit to Arbroath and East Fife v Ayr United are scheduled to be played.
Rangers' match against Montrose at Ibrox is the only Third Division game expected to be played, with Annan's match rescheduled for 29 January with a 19:30 kick-off.
Dundee United v Ross County in the Scottish Premier League passed a morning pitch inspection.
Six of last Saturday's SFL matches were postponed due to frozen pitches.
Meanwhile, Forfar Athletic have asked local farmers to supply a tractor and trailer, as they have run out of room to put cleared snow.
The Loons' artificial surface at Station Park has been repeatedly cleared, but banks of snow now surround the pitch.
A Forfar spokesman said: "We now have a problem to overcome which is where do we put any fresh snow as there is no space left?"
Forfar's next scheduled home match is on 16 February.
Scottish Football League Division Two
Albion Rovers v Stenhousemuir
Brechin City v Queen of South
Scottish Football League Division Three
Annan Athletic v Peterhead
Berwick Rangers v Stirling Albion
East Stirlingshire v Clyde
Elgin City v Queen's Park