Scarlett Johansson read the weather on the Today show on Tuesday after filling in for Al Roker, who was suffering from laryngitis.
The outlook was sunny for Scarlett Johansson, who happily gestured to the satellite map behind her as she read the day’s report.
Scarlett Johansson, who turned 28 on Thanksgiving, had offered herself up for the role when the show’s team were looking for a replacement.
When asked if she had any experience, quick-witted Scarlett Johansson quipped: “I have long experience with weather.”
Scarlett Johansson was congratulated for her efforts after breezing through the segment, which was apparently a “lifelong dream” of hers.
She even finished by rattling off Al Roker’s famous catchphrase: “Here’s what’s happening in your neck of the woods.”
Scarlett Johansson was wrapped up warm to deliver her report, dressed in a black and white tank top under a black coat and wide-leg blue trousers.
Al Roker stood by her side while holding an umbrella over her head to protect her from the New York rain.
The blonde bombshell was appearing on the show to promote her new movie Hitchcock, which was released on Friday.
After filming her stint on the Today show, Scarlett Johansson headed to a photo call for Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, which she is starring in on Broadway from January 17 – with previews kicking off from December 18.