That's all we've got time for today - thanks for being with us. We're back again with our Local Live service from 07:00 tomorrow.
In the meantime, here are five things we learnt in North Yorkshire today:
- The stretch of the A64 between York and Malton should be completely turned into a dual carriageway, according to the Conservative MP for Thirsk and Malton
- Northallerton's medal-winning Olympic rowers are to get a permanent tribute in the town with the Town Hall square to be renamed Olympic Square
- Thunder storms across our region last night proved to be electrifying - and the perfect photo opportunity for those with a steady hand and quick reactions
- A spate of statue painting has broken out at Studley Royal and Fountains Abbey. Luckily it's turned out to be an attempt at authenticity rather than a case of artistic assassination
- And if you want to know just how hot you are compared to others, the BBC has provided this handy link for you to find out your score
I'll leave you today with another cracking BBC Weather Watcher pic taken in Scarborough last night by Barff.
A few hours later the sky was torn asunder by thunder and lightning, so you could say this was literally the calm before the storm...