| AL ROKER WILL LEAVE THE TODAY SHOW AGAIN DUE TO AN UPCOMING OPERATION.

Al Roker, the beloved weatherman of the “Today” show, is once again stepping away from his duties for medical reasons. The veteran broadcaster announced on-air that he will undergo an upcoming operation, necessitating a temporary leave of absence.

Roker, known for his cheerful disposition and engaging weather forecasts, has become a fixture on the “Today” show over the years, endearing himself to millions of viewers across the country.

While details of the operation were not disclosed, Roker assured fans of his return following a recovery period. The “Today” show team expressed their support and well wishes for Roker, highlighting his resilience and positive spirit.

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