North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service crews were called out to a number of locations across the county today to remove some of the worst reported icicles.
In Bedale, a triple extension ladder and water reach poles were used to knock down and remove a cluster of icicles hanging dangerously over a public footpath.
Tweets shared by the fire service earlier today, read: "More @NorthYorksFire crews attending various locations throughout the County removing killer icicles!"
And, "Be careful from above! #NYFRS crews across the county are being called out to numerous icicles hanging in a threatening manner from buildings!"
Harrogate district residents have been sharing their own dramatic photos of icicles taken where they live.
Sgt Andy Graham took a photo of an icicle hanging from Knaresborough's High Bridge today, but he said its position over the river Nidd at a time when boats aren't going out meant that the likelihood of it hitting someone was "very remote."