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April 13th and 14th, 1986 Heavy snow and strong winds produced blizzard conditions over nearly all of South Dakota as well as portions of northwest Iowa and southwest Minnesota. Interstate 90 looked like the north pole. A foot or more of new snow was common across north central South Dakota, with 15" reported at Gettysburg and Eureka. Over most of the remainder of the state 3 to 8" of snow was reported. To make matters worse winds of 30 to 45 mph with gusts of 90 mph reported at Mitchell and Yankton caused areas of blowing snow. Sections of northwest Iowa were also affected by the storm with 1 to 3 inches of new snow and strong winds. The high winds blew the roofs off of several buildings in Sioux City and the surrounding area. Drifts as high as 15 feet were common across central sections of South Dakota forcing the closure of much of Interstate 90.