After more than a week of blue skies and recording-breaking temperatures, health leaders in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire want to make sure you're enjoying the good weather, but not to exhaustion.
Forecasts are for the high temperatures to continue into the middle of next week, with that come the risk of conditions like heat exhaustion. The heat can also exacerbate problems for people with things like asthma.
Heat exhaustion is not serious and usually gets better when you cool down. If it turns into heat stroke it needs to be treated as an emergency.