Watch AccuWeather LIVE: Snow and Cold Invade the US

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, Staff Writer
November 07, 2013; 5:39 AM
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On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we tracked the stormy weather set to move across the country as moisture from Sonia pushes into the U.S.

As we move further into fall and feel the temperatures continue to drop, Stef Davis discussed what effects the cold weather can have on a person's body.

Jim Dickey hosted a segment discussing the mysterious Paulding Lights of Michigan, and the recently-discovered scientific explanation for what creates these eerie lightings.

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

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