After receiving treatment for a blood clot in his leg, Al Roker leaves the hospital.

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After receiving treatment for a blood clot in his leg, Al Roker leaves the hospital.
After receiving treatment for a blood clot in his leg, Al Roker leaves the hospital.

Al Roker has a lot to be grateful for because he was allowed to leave the hospital on Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, he was forced to miss Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for the first time in 27 years.

The weatherman for the Today Show, 68, said last week that he had been hospitalized because of a blood clot in his leg that had spread to his lungs.

He joked about missing the annual parade on Instagram on Thursday as he was leaving the hospital to spend Thanksgiving with his family.

There is a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. He captioned the photo, “Leaving the hospital and home for #ThanksgivingDinner.”

Another photo of hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb that he took while watching the parade from his home was also posted by him.

After receiving treatment for a blood clot in his leg, Al Roker leaves the hospital.
After receiving treatment for a blood clot in his leg, Al Roker leaves the hospital.

The #MacysThanksgivingDayParade was partially seen as I returned home. He wrote in the caption, “Missing being next to @SavannahGuthrie and @HodaKotb.”

He also posted a picture of himself with his family, with the caption, “So very #thankful to be able to be home for Thanksgiving dinner with family.”

Roker gave his fans, who have been wondering why he hasn’t been on the air recently, an update last Friday by disclosing his health problems.

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“So many of you have respectfully inquired as to my whereabouts. Roker said, “Last week, I was admitted to the hospital with a blood clot in my leg that had spread to my lungs.

He continued, “I am so fortunate to be receiving excellent medical care and on the road to recovery after some medical whack-a-mole.”

“I appreciate the prayers and well wishes, and I hope to see you soon. Everyone, have a wonderful weekend,” Roker said.

Since joining WKYC in Cleveland in 1978, Roker has worked for NBC in some capacity.

When Willard Scott announced his retirement in 1996, Roker stepped in to assume the role of the regular weather anchor.

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