(CNN)The blizzard blasting parts of the Midwest on Thursday is a curtain-raiser for a cold snap that people won’t soon forget.

Widespread snowfall will continue across the Midwest through Saturday. Blizzard conditions are likely for north central Iowa. More significant accumulations exceeding 12″ are possible from northeastern Wisconsin into the Michigan Upper Peninsula and western lower Michigan. pic.twitter.com/KFtV0X1dwf

A lot of questions about timing of the worst impacts with the Winter Storm. Here is a graphic to provide you an idea. Keep in mind, most of Thursday is just going to be bad. pic.twitter.com/OUhNeLAsGV

After the snow on Thursday, the coldest air of the season is looking to settle into southern WI this weekend. #swiwx pic.twitter.com/rcMxQ3uaCH

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News – It may get so bitterly cold after this week’s blizzard in the Midwest that engine antifreeze would solidify