Late-summer heat and humidity continue to hold in Houston through the weekend. High temperatures on Wednesday afternoon will be in the low 90s, with "feels like" temperatures closer to 100 degrees during the hottest part of the afternoon.
Hot, humid, summer days and sultry summer nights will continue for southeast Texas through this work week. By the weekend, however, big changes will happen when our first Canadian cold front of the fall season spills into the area.
Friday's Independence Day forecast includes heat and the possibility of thunderstorms. Local 2 meteorologist Anthony Yanez predicts storms will roll in this afternoon and stay in the area for several hours.
August 22, 2013: As kids from pre-K to high school lined the halls of Vincent W. Miller Intermediate School in Pasadena ISD, Local 2's Owen Conflenti and Anthony Yanez were there to help them work through their fear of needles.