Bunica Sherman, 2, gets hit by a steam of water from a hose amid temperatures that hit the low 90s on Monday.  Now that summer is here, we're in a hot spell that will make it feel more than 100 this week.
Bunica Sherman, 2, gets hit by a steam of water from a hose amid temperatures that hit the low 90s on Monday. Now that summer is here, we're in a hot spell that will make it feel more than 100 this week. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Bunica Sherman, 2, gets hit by a steam of water from a hose amid temperatures that hit the low 90s on Monday. Now that summer is here, we're in a hot spell that will make it feel more than 100 this week. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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