AL Roker appeared on NBC Nightly News hours after his spat with Today co-hosts Craig Melvin and Savannah Guthrie.
The beloved weatherman revealed he was at Studio 1a to film the news program on Tuesday.
Al, 68, shared a video from the set of the show on Instagram.
Dressed in a sharp suit, he told fans: "I'm here at Studio 1a, we're about to do NBC Nightly News.
"We got everybody hanging out, getting ready for Nightly News."
The meteorologist captioned the clip: "Let’s get ready for @nbcnightlynews with @lesterholtnbc talking an icy mess and arctic air."
Earlier this week, Al faced off in a bitter NFL rivalry with his Today colleagues Craig and Savannah over which color the Empire State Building should light up.
On Sunday, it was revealed that Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will be in the Super Bowl on February 12.
The Empire State Building lit up red and yellow, then green and white to honor both teams.
Considering Philadelphia beat the New York Giants in every game they played this season, it was shocking to some fans to see New York honor that team.
Savannah is rooting for Philadelphia while Craig is all about Kansas City.
At one point, each TV star held up the jerseys of the opposite teams.
"So, I texted Craig last night," Savannah revealed.
"I said, 'if the Chiefs win, then Dell, his son who loves [Patrick] Mahomes can bet [my kids] Vale and Charlie, so we're going to make it interesting, get a little wager going.
"They don't know what they are betting yet, but Craig said, 'No money though.'"
"A doughnut or something. I don't know."
After Savannah said she wanted Al on her team, he replied unenthusiastically: "Yeah. I don't care."
The Today hosts cracked up as the meteorologist looked at the camera and said: "In fact, Empire State Building, you're dead to me!"
"I'm moving to the Chrysler Building. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. But, I'm very excited for you guys."
Savannah rushed back to the studio to be on the morning show on Monday after spending the day in Philadelphia for the game.
She gave her fans a rare glimpse of her family on Instagram.
The 51-year-old took to social media and shared some snaps from her day at the Lincoln Financial Field football stadium.
The star, her husband Michael Feldman, and their two children, Vale, eight, and Charles, six were dressed in support of the Philadelphia Eagles as they played the San Francisco 49ers.
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