Big freeze hits
Emirates Stadium didn't see any action on Saturday as Arsenal v Stoke was cancelled, along with Liverpool v Fulham, Birmingham v Newcastle and Wigan v Villa.
As with the other Premier League stadiums, the Emirates pitch was playable, but access to the ground was restricted because of treacherous conditions.
Balls aplenty were cast to one side amid the cancellations - Chelsea v Manchester United, Blackpool v Spurs and West Brom v Wolves also fell victim to the snow.
Lancashire's finest Father Christmases travelled up to Sunderland to cheer on Bolton at the Stadium of Light.
But there was to be no Christmas cheer for Bolton fans as Danny Welbeck's 31st-minute diving header gave Sunderland a 1-0 win.
Welbeck's fifth goal of the season esnured Sunderland climbed above Bolton and into sixth place in the Premier League table.
Ewood Park was another ground covered in snow, but Blackburn's match against West Ham went ahead.
Without the hard work of the Rovers groundsmen and their trusty spades, the game couldn't have been saved.
Blackburn caretaker manager Steve Kean was taking charge for the first time since Sam Allaryce's sacking, against a side led by under-fire Avram Grant.
After a great save initially by West Ham debutant Ruud Boffin, Rovers captain Ryan Nelsen was on hand to give the home side the lead with a scrappy goal.
But Junior Stanislas demonstrated his pride and his power with a smart finish 12 minutes from time to rescue a point for the Hammers.