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    Watch AccuWeather LIVE: Broken Snow Records, Brief Break From Cold

    By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    November 15, 2013; 3:24 AM ET
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    On today's edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we took a look at the shots of arctic air that dropped temperatures and broke snow records across the country earlier this week.

    While many people may be aware of the health risks associated with this cold air, some of the dangers may be surprising. Andrew Baglini hosted a segment with the Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety and discussed what effects the cold weather can have on a person's body.

    In honor of Veterans Day, Jim Dickey discussed the role that meteorologists play in the U.S. armed forces in a discussion with members of the Fleet Weather Center San Diego, and Violetta Yas discussed the fire dangers associated with home solar panels.

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    Mark Mancuso took a look at our fan-submitted photos and comments from the past week. Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers also addressed some fan questions and comments when they hosted the weekly By the Numbers segment.

    For a chance to see your photograph, question or comment featured, be sure to send it to us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.

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