10 signs your summer is over

A chill is setting in at night and school starts this week for thousands of kids. Kiss the sun goodbye, it's almost over.

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Wading pools and spray parks are closed.

The sun is still out, but places to cool off are closed for the year. The Seattle Parks and Recreation department has closed down all of the city's wading pools - even if it's over 70 degrees. Three spray parks will remain open if it's warm, just watch out for the crowds at Ballard Commons, Lake Union Park, or the Miller Community Center.
Photo by Seattle Parks and Recreation Facebook page
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