Al Roker has been an NBC employee for over 40 years, starting his career with the network in 1978.

Roker holds the Guinness World Record for longest non-stop weather report – a 34 hour stint conducted in 2014.

In 2021, Al Roker received a fist bump from President Joe Biden moments before he entered the White House.

Al Roker has conducted interviews and segments on the Today Show since 1996, when he took over from Willard Scott as the show's regular weathercaster.

In 2005, Roker reported from within Hurricane Wilma – a viral video shows him getting swept off his feet by the wind.

Roker co-hosted the third hour of Today from 2012 to 2017, called Today's Take.

Roker embarked on "Rokerthon 2" in 2015, reporting weather from all 50 states and Washington D.C., raising money for Feeding America.

Al Roker's career began when he joined an elevator race on Late Night with David Letterman, which was filmed across the hall from the WNBC news studio.

Roker has been responsible for wishing centenarians a happy birthday on the Today Show since his predecessor, Willard Scott did it in the 1980s.

Al Roker set a Guinness World Record at each college campus he visited during "Rokerthon 3", including the longest conga line on ice and largest human letter.

Al Roker was one of the few journalists allowed to enter Hurricane Wilma in 2005, providing viewers with an up-close look inside the storm.

Roker has been a fixture on the Today Show since 1996, providing viewers with weather forecasts and other newsworthy content for over two decades.