Watch AccuWeather LIVE: Stormy Weekend Just Ahead of Super Bowl

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
January 30, 2014; 1:54 PM ET
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On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we took a look at the storm aiming for the East this weekend.

With the storm's timing coming for Super Bowl Weekend, Jim Dickey hosted a segment with ESPN's John Clayton about how cold weather could affect the outcome of the Big Game.

Mark Mancuso answered some fan questions and showed some of the best user-submitted photos from the past week. He also shared photos and comments about the winter phenomena called snow rollers.

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As Groundhog Day approaches, Jim then took a look at how this tradition was started and the prognostication capabilities of these animals.

Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers hosted their weekly 'By the Numbers' segment, and answered some fan questions live on air.

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Have questions, comments, or a feature you'd like to see on AccuWeather LIVE? Email Samantha-Rae Tuthill at tuthills@accuweather.com, follow her on Twitter @Accu_Sam or Google+. Follow us @breakingweather, or on Facebook and Google+.

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