Eleven matches have been postponed already due to rock solid pitches and treacherous surrounding areas.
In the first division, league leaders Dunfermline's trip to Ross County is off as is the Queen of the South v Morton clash at frozen Palmerston Park despite valiant efforts by the ground staff and volunteers..
The Fife derby between Raith Rovers and Cowdenbeath was also postponed this afternoon.
Four games are off in division two, those being Ayr United v Forfar Athletic, Brechin City v East Fife, Dumbarton v Peterhead and Stenhousemuir v Livingston.
And in division three Albion Rovers v Annan Athletic has been postponed as has Berwick v Montrose, Stranraer v East Stirling and Clyde v Arbroath - the sixth successive match to be postponed at Broadwood in the last four weeks.
Broadwood is frozen solid and a club statement said: "The pitch remains unplayable, with surrounding areas also treacherous and no forecast for any improvement in the coming days.
"No fixtures will be arranged for next week, meaning the Bully Wee's next attempt at playing a match will be at Elgin City on Boxing Day."
With temperatures forecast to dip to minus 10 in some areas tonight, more call-offs are expected across the SFL fixture list.
Irn-Bru First Division:
Queen of the South v Morton, Ross County v Dunfermline, Raith Rovers v Cowdenbeath
Irn-Bru Second Division:
Ayr Utd v Forfar Athletic, Brechin City v East Fife, Dumbarton v Peterhead, Stenhousemuir v Livingston
Irn-Bru Third Division:
Albion Rovers v Annan Athletic, Clyde v Arbroath, Stranraer v East Stirling, Berwick Rangers v Montrose