You gotta love a guy who gets up in the middle of the night just so he can tell us Houston's weather is going to be hot. That's what KPRC-TV weatherman Anthony Yanez does: He wakes up at 2:30 a.m., is at work by 3 a.m. and is on the air by 5 a.m., giving up-to-the-minute forecasts (ah, it's going to be hot, hot and hotter?). In a field where bad news makes for great newscasts, Yanez is matter-of-fact, leaving the hysterics and hyperbole to his competitors. His professionalism and commitment to getting Houston the right information show that the weather desk is not just another stop on his career path, but his home. Yanez's first day at Channel 2 was a bit of a stormy start. It was July 15, 2003, and Hurricane Claudette was pounding the Gulf Coast. (Welcome to hell, Anthony.) Since then, the meteorologist has reported on deadly heat waves, swirling floods, twisting tornadoes and devastating storms, including hurricanes Katrina and Rita. All of it suits Yanez just fine, but then again, he vacations in Purgatory (the canyon in New Mexico, not hell).