BURTON Albion's game against Wycombe Wanderers has fallen victim to the snow as the UK suffers in the grip of a cold snap.
The Brewers called today's crunch League Two clash off shortly before 10am when the match referee ruled the pitch was unplayable.
There was around four inches of snow at the Pirelli Stadium, with further flurries making it impossible to guarantee the match could kick off at 3pm.
Chairman Ben Robinson was disappointed after scores of volunteers turned up at 8am to begin a pitch-clearing operation.
"Obviously, we're really disappointed it's not on," he said. "With us being right up at the top of the table we really wanted to get the game on and try to get the three points.
"It's different from the Barnet game we got on in January because the sun was out then and it helped us.
"Today, the snow is carrying on falling so there isn't really much we can do.
"It's a massive disappointment for everyone."
Bradford City v Bristol Rovers, Chesterield v Plymouth Argyle, Port Vale v Aldershot Town, Rochdale v Southend United and Rotherham United v Exeter City were all off at the time of writing.
Locally, Gresley's trip to Sheffield was called off, while there was no play in local football or junior league action.
On the roads, the AA and other organisations were advising only to make critical journeys, with the north of England, Scotland and parts of Wales suffering much more greatly than Burton and South Derbyshire.