That's the end of our live coverage for today, thanks for being with us. We'll be back at 07:00 on Thursday.
Meanwhile, let's look back at five things we've learned today:
- An underwater search team is searching the River Foss as part of efforts to find a missing York student
- A councillor has started his third day on hunger strike camping outside County Hall in Northallerton to highlight a case involving an elderly resident of a North Yorkshire care home
- A "frame football" team that helps children with cerebral palsy play has finished its first ever season
- Farmers in Yorkshire are using GPS in their tractors which could eventually help pave the way for driverless vehicles
- And tuk tuks have joined the myriad forms of transport using the streets of York
I'll leave you with what's been a bit of a pictorial theme over the last few days - the changing of the season.
You need look no further for evidence of the creeping tendrils of autumn than this pic taken in York by BBC Weather Watcher June Gothika.