Watch AccuWeather LIVE: Heavy Snow Targets Midwest, East

By Kristen Rodman, Staff Writer
February 27, 2014; 7:10 PM ET
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With the start of severe weather season upon us, more cold air will take aim at the Midwest and Northeast this week.

To start the show, Jennifer Correa gave the forecast for the week, discussing the latest on the storm scenario for Saturday night through Monday from Chicago to New York City.

Heather Waldman then covered the week's extreme weather with a video.

Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers read fan questions and comments when they hosted their weekly 'By the Numbers' segment, recapping the California rain.

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Then, Andrew Baglini talked about the beginning of severe weather season, which will start in March.

To end this week's segment, Mark Mancuso took a look at some fan comments when he shared a video of a horse playing in the snow during his viral segment. He also shared some of the best fan-submitted photos from the past week.

For a chance to see your photo or comment on the show or to have your weather questions answered live, be sure to submit them on Twitter, Facebook or Google+.

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