With the brutally cold weather in our area, which will be even colder next week, homeless shelters are at capacity. Channel 4's Scott Johnson joins us live downtown with la look at one ocal shelter's preparations for tonight and next week .. 3 00-1018-3050-54 the cold snap hitting our area is why shelters in downtown are at capacity with people like Edgar Walker. At Trinity Rescue mission they open the shelter up to anyone when the temperature drops below 40. typically you can only stay 5 nights in a row at the shelter... but cold nights like tonight are considered free nights where anyone can stay.EDGAR WALKER/HOMELESS 13:34:17 - it's really treacherous, especially if you're laying out on street. Some people they've got pride and ego and they don't want to come out in this. but common sense, go inside get yourself warm, get something to eat and shower, people that care about you.Next week there's expected to be a lot of free nights with temperatures expected to get into the teens.Rico James was homeless in the past and now comes by trinity to donate because he knows how important the shelters are.RICO JAMES/FORMERLY HOMELESS 13:33:34 - it's a great help and city rescue and sulzbacher, it's a great help. 13:33:45 - if this wasn't here... there's no telling. It's cold outside, what would you do next? 3 Scott, are they doing anything differently in advance of the expected temps next week?