I know that glycerol, anti-freeze, and salt can be added to water to depress it's freezing point. These substances essentially interfere with hydrogen bonds between water molecules, so there isn't any lattice crystal structure being formed.
But when the temperature gets cold enough, the water does eventually freeze/ form lattice structures. My question though, is HOW? There's literally a molecule blocking adjacent water molecules from interacting, so how does a lattice structure still form?