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    Watch AccuWeather LIVE: Midwest Tornado Aftermath

    By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    November 22, 2013; 2:50 AM ET
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    On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we took a look at the aftermath of Sunday's devastating tornado outbreak. We spoke with storm chasers who were on scene during much of the destruction in Illinois, and we spoke with some of our expert meteorologists about the science behind the storms.

    Andrew Baglini also hosted a segment about how cold weather impacts athletes, with a focus on ice hockey.

    Mark Mancuso took a look at our fan-submitted photos and comments from the past week, including a look at the Minotaur I rocket launch from Tuesday.

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    Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers then addressed some fan questions and comments when they hosted their weekly "By the Numbers" segment.

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