resources and information they needed for their kids to succeed . Salvador Foundation has been holding these events for nearly 25 years. The fairs are organized to increase awareness , pave the way to college degrees and increase upward mobility. The foundation also distributes school supplies and food. In addition, the back to school fair health screenings, immigration assistance and live entertainment. It’s pretty cool there. Let’s take a check on your forecast a very cool event , but a very hot day. All the Davis so far, definitely bracing the weather conditions yesterday and speaking of downtown temperatures yesterday, right around 91 degrees, it was seven degrees above normal. Today we’re going to lower those temperatures. By a degree, It’s still going to be hot, six degrees above what’s typical. We have on average. We should be having right on mid eighties sunrise at 6 10 this morning under mostly fair conditions will get a lot of sunshine again by the afternoon. Our sunset going to be equally beautiful. You can see here 7 47 tonight, So we’re watching this area of high pressure continues to dominate much of the desert Southwest, and it’s pulling in that influx of tropical moisture . You can see a lot of activity in the northern half of Mexico and that border there. Phoenix you’re looking at a 20 to 30% chance of some more thunderstorms and even our Local mountains will get a greater opportunity today to see some of those isolated, rolling, rumbling thunder and lightning with the potential for heavy downpours, Big Bear Lake Arrowhead and even portions of our high desert like Victorville, you can see Palm Springs also has the potential to be quite active today. We’re looking at similar conditions, even moving into Tuesday afternoon, where were set to see again another round of thunderstorm activity, while most of the region’s staying on the Dry side, we might get a little more humid in areas like the inland empire, and there might be a possibility that some of those storms could drift over. Into the inland empire, so we’ll give it a 10% chance if you live in areas like San Bernardino, Riverside that could have In the meantime, we’re looking at temperatures seventies with the coast nineties triple digit heat today for some valleys will keep it in the upper eighties. So above average all the way through the rest of the week. We might get another bump up in humidity by Friday and the Saturday Mountains continue to be very active, especially today. And tomorrow, Brooke. Somebody is time for a little good news this morning. Our own L a Dodgers proving they are champions both on and off the field. All Star pitcher Clayton Kershaw. I hosted a back to school Give away this weekend, thousands of school supplies were handed out to kids in need. I love this Fox 11 Alex Michaelson has more from Hollywood. Medicine Cawsey is getting a backpack from her hero , Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw . I think that was amazing. Also smiling. Madison’s mom myself like a single mom, that he really afford it. So this is just amazing backpacks at the Dream Center in Hollywood. This event sponsored by Kershaw’s challenge, the nonprofit started by Clayton and his wife, Ellen, How does this even compare? Maybe to some of the baseball you do in terms of health? Fulfilling this is giving a gift to baseball. With that platform . We’re able to do a lot of different things to crucial challenge and That’s been our heartbeat. From the beginning. The kid’s faces light up when they received a brand new backpack filled with supplies its unmatched They got a lot more than backpacks here. The kids can ride a Ferris wheel water slide, play various games , get health checkups, even visit a petting zoo because I had some awesome stuff. You never know you’re going to do. Third baseman Justin Turner is here to support some things that you know some people probably take for granted, but you know, it’s very important to make sure our young kids have everything they need to be successful in school, Turner Turner and Kershaw have supported the Dream Center for years. It’s a nine acre campus in Hollywood that offers for recovery to more than 600 residents and delivers food to 41 different sites every week . The food bank bears the name of Turner and his wife, Courtney Kershaw’s built a playground that bears their name. Pastor Matthew Barnett founded the Dream Center 28 years ago. What do you think, is the sort of big lesson that can be learned from today? You know, I think we can outside The pain we cannot serve the burden of the world have been volunteering here for years. Nice. I’m grateful to do so again on this day with my friend and Fox news correspondent Matt Finn pudding for the Dream Center. It’s events like this where you see thousands of families lining up families that have probably hurting financially right now. Gratitude here is palpable, excited to get a backpack.