Well that's about all we've got time for today - thanks for spending the last few hours in our company. 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.
- A campaign to raise £200,000 for a jockey who spent his early career in North Yorkshire, but has now been paralysed from the waist down after a fall last week has been smashed in just over 72 hours
- Taxi drivers in Scarborough, Filey and Whitby expect to be told to smarten up, if council plans for a dress code get the go-ahead
- A host of electrical equipment has been stolen from a site in Skipton where new flood defences for the town are being constructed
- It now costs you more to park your car on the street in Harrogate after prices increased this morning
- If you're in Thirsk this week in the run-up to Armistice Day, you're going to be amazed by the town's "yarnbombers" who have put up about 35,000 knitted poppies
But today, I have to finish with this fabulous picture of the rainbow that seemed to cover the whole of the sky this morning as many of you were leaving the house to go to work.
This one was sent in by our BBC Weather Watcher Gary Gimmick from New Earswick: