Carol Kirkwood thanked the police, ambulance and hospital staff who came to her aid after being knocked off the bicycle by a car.
The BBC weather host went on social media to detail her incident after fans noticed her absence on the Breakfast show.
Carol, 57, tweeted: “I was out following an accident.
“I was knocked off my bicycle from a car and got injured. A big thank you to the police (Chris and Faye), the ambulance team (Miranda and Stewart) who took care of me and brought me in and especially Peter Foskett-Tharby at Wexham Park Hospital. “
Hello British presenter Charlotte Hawkins replied: “I’m so sorry to hear Carol, poor you! Get well soon. Sending love xxx”
Susan Calman, a former Strictly Come Dancing participant, added: “Oh honey! I hope you are fine. Sending so much love xx.”
Larry Lamb of Gavin & Stacey also shared his best wishes and said to Carol: “We need you to cheer up our days!”
Carol, who met Met Office, has been a familiar face on the BBC since 1998, where she joined BBC News as a weather presenter.
Since then she has appeared regularly on all BBC Weather releases on radio and television.
Carol won the TRIC award for best TV Weather presenter in 2003, 2008, 2009 and 2012-2017.
In 2015 she took part in the 13th series of Strictly and ranked tenth.