Cumbria Police are warning people not to jump off bridges into lakes this weekend.
Earlier this week people could be seen jumping into water from the pier at Eyemouth in the Scottish Borders.
With the current hot weather, water levels are dropping.
Police say it's extremely dangerous.
The hot weather has led to a massive increase in tourists coming to enjoy our region's attractions and beautiful countryside.
Matthew Taylor braved the sun to bring us this report:
It is not just humans who have to protect themselves from the sun- animals can suffer from sunburn too.
This little piggy at Mabie Farm Park on the outskirts of Dumfries, has been enjoying his daily suncream sessions:
Holiday makers in Dumfries and Galloway have been basking in the sunshine on the "Costa Del Solway":
Andrew Emmerson is the Grounds Manager at the Queensberry Bay Holiday Park near Dumfries.
He says the weather is doing wonders for tourism:
People in Carlisle are being asked to put out their refuse and recycling earlier than usual to help with workmen who have been struggling in the heat.
Carlisle City Council is asking people to put out their refuse at 5am on their day of collection, so that crews can collect the majority of the waste during the coolest part of the day.
Crews are currently collecting in temperatures in excess of 28 degrees and are struggling to cope with the heat.
“Two crew members have suffered from the extreme heat this week and all our crews are exhausted at the end of the day.
"These workers are the unsung heroes that provide the public with a collection service 52 weeks a year, in all weather conditions
– Councillor Elsie Martlew, Portfolio holder for Environment and Transport, Carlisle City Council
"We need to consider their safety and tailor our collections to ensure the crews are as productive as they can be during extreme temperatures.
“We are asking residents to work with us during this period of extreme weather and in line with the Health and Safety recommendations we will be starting our refuse and recycling collections from 5am, rather than 7am.”
All collections from Monday (22nd July) will be affected and the 5am collection time will remain until further notice.
The Health and Safety Executive has issued advice on working outdoors in hot environments.
Read their advice on how best to cope with working in warm conditions here.
The Met Office has issued the second highest heatwave warning for parts of the region.
Cumbria now has a level three status, which is just one below the national emergency level.
Temperatures could reach 30 degrees in some areas.
Jane Muller, the Associate Director of Public Health at Cumbria County Council, is warning people to take care of themselves and vulnerable friends and relatives.
The sunny weather has brought thousands of visitors into the region, from the North East of England to South West Scotland.