Thanks for spending time with us today - that's all for now, enjoy the bank holiday weekend and you can join us once again on Monday from 07:00
In the meantime here are five things we've learnt about North Yorkshire today:
1. The City of York Council has admitted to failures in maintaining the city's drains and says the bill to bring them up to standard could be in the hundreds of thousands of pounds.
2. It's been confirmed that advertising boards will be banned in York for a 12-month trial period from February.
4. Parents who claim extra free childcare from September as part of a government scheme will be asked to pay charges to help tackle a funding shortfall, nurseries have warned.
5. North Yorkshire is the perfect place to film a TV period drama, it seems.
I'll leave you with this flowery image sent in by one of our BBC Weather Watchers, Peter Elsom of Filey: