What a great run!
Williard Scott retired from Today after 35 years on the show and 65 years working for NBC on Tuesday, Dec. 15 — and the iconic weatherman will be sincerely missed!
Willard (back, row, middle) on Today in 1982. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The 81-year-old TV star and author — who is also well-known for creating and portraying McDonald's personality Ronald McDonald — began his career at NBC in 1950 and has since spent more than 12,000 mornings entertaining his fans on the Plaza!
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To pay tribute to their longtime co-worker and friend, Al Roker and his fellow Today co-anchors reminisced about Willard's long and successful career during the show's Tuesday, Dec. 15 episode. They even announced that Rockefeller Plaza had been named Willard Scott Way for the day!
Best wishes on your retirement, Willard!
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