Brescia and Genoa beat the wintery conditions at the Stadio Rigamonti, but had to settle for a goalless draw.
Snow turned the pitch white and risked ending the game prematurely, but it reached its conclusion without any real danger at either end.
The home fans jeered their team off the field as the pressure increases on their coach Beppe Iachini, whose side are teetering on the brink of the bottom three.
Genoa remain on the fringes of the top half of the table, but have only scored two goals in their last four matches.
Brescia seemed to master the difficult conditions quicker than Genoa and were the only side in the game for the first 45 minutes.
Andrea Caracciolo's header in the 11th minute looked to be good enough to give them the lead with Genoa goalkeeper Eduardo beaten, but Giandomenico Mesto covered to make the goalline clearance.
The next chance fell to Caracciolo again after he was put through on goal by Eder after just over half an hour.
He controlled the ball well with his chest, but Eduardo was sharp to pounce on the ball before he was able to get in a shot.
Eder did have the ball in the back of the net in the 42nd minute, but the referee's whistle had already sounded for offside.
Genoa improved in the second half with Luca Toni missing their first chance on the hour mark.
His effort was saved at the second attempt by Matteo Sereni, who had not been involved in the game until then, but showed he was alert to the danger.
Miguel Veloso tried his luck with a shot which Sereni punched away as Genoa again threatened to score, but there was to be no way through at either end as the spoils were shared under the relentless snow.