By Oli Constable
By Oli Constable
By Helena Wilkinson
This morning will be cloudy and dull, warm and muggy. Some occasional light rain is expected in Yorkshire throughout the day.
Meanwhile in Lincolnshire rain will turn very heavy with the risk of some thunder and lightening.
It will remain cloudy and warm into the evening, and the rain may turn heavier in some areas, with the chance of some thunder:
A1(M) West Yorkshire southbound severe disruption, between J44 for A64 York and M1 Interchange.
A1(M) West Yorkshire - One lane closed and it's slow on A1(M) southbound in North Yorkshire between J44, A64 (York) and M1 Interchange, because of a breakdown.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
The Great Yorkshire Show is to go ahead this year despite the delay to the ending of Covid restrictions.
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said restrictions would stay for four more weeks until 19 July.
A spokesperson for the famous show, which will take place in Harrogate on 13-16 July, said some additional restrictions might be put in place.
In March, show organisers the Yorkshire Agricultural Society (YAS) said the 2021 event, the 162nd in its history, would go ahead "subject to restrictions being lifted as set out by the government".
On Monday, Boris Johnson said rules around social distancing and face coverings, along with limits on the number of people who can meet indoors,would remain in place until 19 July.
Following that announcement, YAS has said it was working alongside North Yorkshire's public health team to "deliver a Covid-safe show".
Richard Webb, corporate director for health and adult services at North Yorkshire County Council, said the authority and Harrogate Borough Council continued to "actively engage with the show organisers".
"We are still seeking assurances around steps they need to take to ensure the event runs safely against the backdrop of increasing Covid-19 transmission rates and the Prime Minister's recent announcement of the delay in the lifting of the road map," he added.
A man's been charged with a total of six motoring offences following a police chase from Harrogate to Leeds.
The 33-year-old man from Boston Spa, Wetherby, failed to stop for officers in Harrogate town centre shortly before 17:00 on Monday 14 June, according to North Yorkshire Police.
The incident led to a pursuit all the way to Sheepscar in Leeds, where the man was arrested.
He is due to appear in court next month, officers confirmed.
By Ged Scott