we're going to get more now from paul williams at accuweather. good morning. >> good morning t you, as well. you've heard the phrase hot ss. this is going to be a cold mess for the deep south. we're looking for significant icing to happen throughout charlottesville over towards asheville with dangerous travel expected in the area you see highlighted along with power outages. we go to the deep south where we're excting flash flooding with torrential downpours from nashville towards atlanta towards jackson and reaching as far as south as new orleans. there's a sequel to this thing. it's going to reach up towards the northeast by the time we get foo tuesday. we're looking for that same area of flash flooding and heavy downpours with severe weather expected down in the deep south. it's going to reach allhe way up towards richmond and eventually slide its way up to boston. >> thanks. >>> we're going to warm things down with what is definitely o one of the more unique ways love birds were celebrating valentine's day. >> this can't be real. white casal?
outside the line began forming hours before the mo reminiscent for the one for chief justice william rehnquist when he died in 2005. >> just to come up to honor a man who is serving the country. >> reporter: for scalia that service at the court included being the standard bearer for conservatism. the reagan appointee was the longest serving justice and his opinions on and off the bench were animated and often controversial. >> you do what you do and when usual dead, you know, you say you always honor the dead. >> reporter: and that was the order of this day. black mourning cloth aborned scalia's seat on the bench. flags out the court and around the city at half-staff. >> it's very somber. he was a great man. he was a legal giant. i feel really honored to have had the opportunity to say good-bye. >> reporter: and while the country and often the court would cleave along partisan lines on social issues, larry from falls church says the more liberal counterparts show what it stood for. >> to be good natured and yet disagree. it's very important. and i think in a 5-4 decision, obviously i
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