That's all we've got time for today - thanks for spending the last few hours with us. I'm back with our BBC Local Live service from 07:00 tomorrow.
For the next few moments, let's look back at five things we've learnt about North Yorkshire so far today:
- Villagers near Harrogate say their community Speed Watch project is working. The volunteers in Pannal are the first in the county to be trained by police to use speed guns
- Campaigners trying to save Scarborough's Futurist Theatre are holding a public meeting in the town ahead of the publication of a report setting out final plans for its demolition
- MPs are calling for a radical overhaul of the way the country deals with flooding. They say the success of a Pickering flood project could pave the way for other areas
- Imagine the shock one man in Boroughbridge had when he found a snake poking out of his vacuum cleaner
- City of York Athletics Club shot-putter Scott Lincoln is celebrating after being named in British Athletics' World Class Performance Programme as a potential Olympic medallist
Let's finish today by looking at some of the sunny shots our BBC Weather Watchers have sent into us throughout the day.
From top left and in a clockwise direction, we have images of the pier in Whitby sent in by Garry Hornet, the Museum Gardens in York from June Gothika, Monk Bar in York from Gary Gimmick and a very sunny scene at Malham from Claire-a-bella.