Watch AccuWeather LIVE: Severe Weather Outbreak for Eastern Half of US

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, Staff Writer
February 20, 2014; 12:48 PM ET
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On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we went over the latest breaking news with the severe weather outbreak hitting the eastern half of the United States.

A brief warmup will send a system of severe thunderstorms, hail and wind moving from the Midwest to the Atlantic Coast in the first widespread severe weather outbreak of 2014.

Meteorologist Justin Povick was on hand to give live forecast updates of the storms.

Meteorologists Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers also looked at some current conditions and answered fan questions and comments.

Show host Mark Mancuso took a look at some of the best fan-submitted photos from the past week.

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Meteorologist Heather Waldman had a segment covering the latest extreme weather. Meteorologists Andrew Baglini took a look at thundersnow, which had been occurring from the Ohio Valley to the mid-Atlantic earlier this week.

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