Since replacing Jackie McNamara at the Firhill helm, Jags interim boss Alan Archibald has seen three fixtures called off due to frozen pitches, with Tuesday's trip to Raith Rovers falling foul of the weather conditions for the second time in just a few weeks.
He also saw their clash with Cowdenbeath last month abandoned after 70 minutes.
The Blue Brazil clash has been rescheduled for next Tuesday and the SFL yesterday confirmed that the fixture with Rovers will take place on April 2.
The Jags already have midweek clashes against Irn-Bru First Division title rivals Morton and Raith on their schedule next month and will face Queen of the South on Sunday April 7 in the Ramsdens Cup final.
The SFL also confirmed that the First Division fixture between Hamilton Accies and Dumbarton, which was postponed on Tuesday night after snow and ice left a section of the New Douglas Park pitch unplayable, has also been pencilled in for April 2.
In the Second Division, Albion Rovers' trip to Brechin City will be played a fortnight later as Ray MacKinnon's side battle against their own fixture backlog.
Despite his side languishing at the foot of the standings, there has been some good news for boss Todd Lumsden after defender Mick O'Byrne returned to training.
The 24-year-old underwent ankle surgery in January and Lumsden insists he won't rush him back for Rovers' battle to beat the drop.
He said: "Mick is just in doing some light work and it is too early to put in a date for him playing again. All I would say is that anytime we get from him this season would be a bonus."