That's the end of our live coverage for today, thanks for being with us. We'll be back at 07:00 on Monday.
Meanwhile, here are five things we've learned over the course of the past few hours:
- A medieval "love ring" found in a field near York has sold for a five-figure sum. Metal detectorist Lee Rossiter discovered the golden ring in a field in Green Hammerton
- The Dean of York Minster's been urged to rethink a decision to sack the cathedral's bell ringers after an online petition attracted almost five thousand signatures
- There's a "massive" housing crisis in York. That's according to the city's Labour MP, Rachael Maskell
- Olympic gold medal-winning rower Paul Bennett, is visiting a North Yorkshire primary school after a pupil emailed him asking him to visit
- And ex-BBC Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, says he's filming his new series in Whitby today because of the quality of the fish and chips
Our BBC Weather Watchers have provided a bit of a technicolour theme this week, with great rainbow pics every day, so I thought I'd leave you with a few more.
Thanks go - clockwise round from the top - to Gary for the hues above the sea in Sandsend, to June in York, Julie in Scarborough, Old Man George in Knaresborough and, finishing in the middle, to Caroline in Scarborough.
Have a good weekend - see you on Monday.