Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY
Look out, Al Roker. Your job may be in jeopardy.
The Today weatherman was so hoarse with laryngitis that Scarlett Johansson raised her hand and volunteered to step in and do his job on Today (as did Phillip Phillips later).
"Miss, do you have any experience? Matt Lauer asked her.
"I have a lot of experience with weather. Yes," she cracked, adding that it was a "dream come true."
Out on the plaza, with Roker acting as her PUH (personal umbrella holder), she delivered the news of showers, thunderstorms, heavy rain and snow across the country.
She even ended with the signature, "Here's what's happening in your neck of the woods."
Also taking a stab at weather-reading: comedian Finesse Mitchell and Tony Robbins.
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