Record-high temperatures are predicted later this week so area pools and spray parks should be busy. "It's almost like an umbrella that we don't have to hold," said Lainey Griffin, 6, of a water feature she enjoyed cavorting under with her best buddy Cady Young, 7, at the Titlow Park sprayground in Tacoma. File photo shot July 6, 2015.
Record-high temperatures are predicted later this week so area pools and spray parks should be busy. "It's almost like an umbrella that we don't have to hold," said Lainey Griffin, 6, of a water feature she enjoyed cavorting under with her best buddy Cady Young, 7, at the Titlow Park sprayground in Tacoma. File photo shot July 6, 2015. Drew Perine Staff file 2015
Record-high temperatures are predicted later this week so area pools and spray parks should be busy. "It's almost like an umbrella that we don't have to hold," said Lainey Griffin, 6, of a water feature she enjoyed cavorting under with her best buddy Cady Young, 7, at the Titlow Park sprayground in Tacoma. File photo shot July 6, 2015. Drew Perine Staff file 2015

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