Bristol City play Brighton at Ashton Gate tonight in the Championship, and Cheltenham take on Chesterfield in League Two.
Bristol City may stay put at a renovated Ashton Gate stadium rather than building a new one at Ashton Vale.
Bristol City's trip to Leeds United and Swindon Town's home game with Shrewsbury are the only matches in the region to survive the snow.
Former Bristol City defender David Moyes has landed the top job in British football - succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
He spent two years at Ashton Gate in the 1980s and twice played for City at Wembley.
Chris Spittles has been looking back through the archives at Moyes' time with Bristol City and speaking to those who remember his spell with the club:
As Everton manager David Moyes prepares to take over Manchester United as successor to Sir Alex Ferguson, we have opened up the archives to recall some great memories of his time with Bristol City
Bristol City Football Club has announced plans to redevelop their Ashton Gate home - but only if the proposed stadium at nearby Ashton Vale falls through.
Bristol Rugby will also ground-share with the football club, ending nearly 100 years at the Memorial Stadium. It's a move which has divided fans, as Tim Walsh reports.
These newly-released images show how the revamped Ashton Gate Stadium would look. This is now the club's Plan B, should they not get permission for a new stadium at Ashton Vale.
The club will submit plans in the summer to redevelop Ashton Gate into a 26,000-seater, multi-purpose stadium which will be shared with Bristol Rugby Club. The club has struggled to get full approval for a brand new stadium at Ashton Vale.
In a letter on the club's website, the Managing Director John Lansdown says the plans would be deliverable in three years. They include:
- Completely new stands built where the Wedlock and Williams stands are currently sited
- Complete renovation of Dolman Stand and improvement of Atyeo Stand
- New on-site museum of sport, shop and 'Wedlock's Pub'
Bristol City have rejected a bid from an unnamed club, thought to be Crystal Palace, for their winger Albert Adomah.
Adopmah is currently playing for Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations.
Meanwhile the club have entered talks to sign Nottingham Forest's Brendan Maloney, who worked under Sean O'Driscoll at the City Ground.
The weather has played havoc with the weekend's football fixtures.
Yeovil Town's home game against Preston and Bristol Rovers' West Country derby with Exeter City are both off due to safety reasons.
There will be an 8am pitch inspection at the County Ground ahead of Swindon's home match with Shrewsbury.
Cheltenham's game at Morecambe tonight (7.45pm) is still on, and so is Bristol City's trip to Leeds United.
It's the first fixture for new manager Sean O'Driscoll, as Matthias Kurth reports: