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This weekend is shaping up to be an absolute scorcher. So what better way to enjoy the sun than with a dip in the pool.
Well, Aldi's special buys have come up trumps again with a huge outdoor pool, and it won't cost you the Earth.
The 12-foot metal frame pool will set you back just £89.99 and is the ideal way to while away the hot summer days.
The product details read: "This Summer Waves 12ft Metal Frame Pool with steel frame and T-connector includes pump, filter cartridge as well as a pool cover.
"It is designed to fit all the family in so you can relax whilst little ones play and enjoy the water.
"Bringing that holiday poolside experience to your back garden has never been easier."
Sadly, the item is sold out online, so you'll have to head to your nearest store to see if they still have them in stock.
And according to the Met Office, the next few days could be the ideal time to pick one up, with the weather across the UK looking very warm and very sunny.
The site said: "Many areas of the UK could reach heatwave criteria in the coming days, with temperatures building day-on-day over the weekend, reaching mid to high 20s on Saturday and Sunday.
"Some places in central and southern parts will reach 30C on Saturday and a few spots could reach 31C during Sunday."
Discussing the next week, Met Office Operational Meteorologist Andy Page said the hot weather is set to continue into the next week.
He added: "The extension of the Azores high is the principal reason behind the UK's current weather pattern, which will see much of the UK reach heatwave thresholds over the weekend and into early next week.
"High temperatures will remain in the forecast well into next week, but there's a risk of isolated heavy showers in the south of the UK on Monday and Tuesday, although it should be largely fine for most areas."
But with temperatures set to soar, Public Health England also issued a heat health alert from tonight (17 July) to Tuesday morning.
Scientific and Technical Lead Dr Owen Landeg said: "Much of the advice on beating the heat is common sense and for many people spells of warmer weather are something they very much enjoy.
"However, for some people, such as older people, those with underlying health conditions and young children, the summer heat can bring real health risks. That's why we're urging everyone to keep an eye on those you know who may be at risk."
"If you're able, ask if your friends, family or neighbours need any support. Also take water with you when travelling and keep up to date with weather forecasts.
"It's also worth remembering the practical steps to keep homes cool during the day as this can aid sleeping at night and give the body time to recover from the heat."
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