Willard Scott, the longtime weatherman on NBC’s “Right now” present, has died. He was 87.
“Right now” confirmed the dying with an obituary on its website Saturday after the present’s present climate anchor Al Roker introduced the information on Instagram.
“He was actually my second dad and am the place I’m at the moment due to his beneficiant spirit,” Roker wrote. “Willard was a person of his instances, the final word broadcaster. There’ll by no means be anybody fairly like him.”
Scott joined the “Right now” present in 1980 and kicked off the custom of wishing completely happy birthday to followers turning 100, based on NBC. He was additionally identified for dressing up in costume whereas studying the climate. After Roker changed him on the present within the mid-Nineteen Nineties, he continued to fill in earlier than formally retiring in 2015.