Al Roker, recovering at home from a health scare, feels especially appreciated after receiving a Christmas gift from his "Today" show coworkers.

The legendary "Today" show weatherman, 68, has missed work over the previous month due to several hospitalizations for medical issues. 

Roker had blood clots that made their way to his lungs and was hospitalized for four weeks.

He was initially released from the hospital on Thanksgiving but was re-admitted due to complications. He remained in the hospital until early December.

So Roker's coworkers decided to bring him some holiday cheer.

He returned home last week and appeared on the show for the first time on Monday but has yet to return to work.

Following Al Roker's recent hospital discharge, Today's co-anchors and staff surprised an emotional Roker at his home with some doorstep caroling.

Today, staffers gathered at Roker's front door, led by co-hosts Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie,

to sing "Jingle Bells" and "I'll Be Home for Christmas" (or, in this case, "Al Be Home for Christmas"), bringing the weatherman to tears.

"I just want to thank you all," he said after the first song by his colleagues.

"It's been a long, hard slog, and I've missed you all terribly. All of these faces mean the world to our family and me," he added.

Roker has worked at the "Today" show weather desk since 1996 and has previously been open about his medical issues.

Roker announced his prostate Cancer diagnosis in 2020 to raise awareness of the disease's prevalence among men.