Park visitors enjoy the swimming pool facilities at the Bothe - Napa Valley State Park just north of St. Helena.
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3. Pools get thirsty, too
When temperatures soar, crystal-blue pools are more likely to turn green.
Algae starts spreading and growing under the baking sun "like a greenhouse," making pools require more chlorine, says Best Pool Supply Inc.'s Jim Veach. A small temperature burst from 84 degrees to 90 degrees will make a pool need almost double its amount of chlorine, Veach said. firstname.lastname@example.org