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Al Roker Reveals The Origin Of His Famous 'Neck Of The Woods' Catchphrase


Let's take a look into Al Roker's neck of the woods! The beloved weatherman joined Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover on Access Daily to give an update on his improved health condition. Al happily remembered the origin of his famous catchphrase, "Here's what's happening in your neck of the woods," saying that it was something his grandfather used to say to him. "It's kind of an homage to Pop Smith," Al said. You can watch Al Roker every day on "The Today Show" and the third hour of "Today" on NBC.

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Appearing:Mario LopezKit HooverScott EvansZuri Hall
Tags: al roker, Today Show, weather, neck of the woods, Weatherman, forecast, nbc, catchphrase


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