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January 01, 1986

Floodwater backed up by ice and wind kept scores of people out of their homes in Michigan, and a 35-mile-long ice jam on Oregon's Snake River grew as high water forced at least one family to flee. Meanwhile, Michigan's Upper Peninsula was blasted with snow and subzero temperatures. Areas along Lake Superior expected another 4 to 8 inches of snow by New Year's Day.

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