Al Roker Attempts 34-Hour Weather Broadcast
The "Today" show weathercaster say he's going for a new Guinness World Record after a Norwegian meteorologist beat the previous record in September.By Christian Bryant | November 12, 2014
Weathercaster and TV personality Al Roker is going for a world record and it'll take him at least 34 hours to pull it off.
"To make history, you've got to want it. To make history, you've got to ride the rainbow and feel the polar vortex."
The "Today" show weatherman is attempting the longest uninterrupted weather broadcast in history — nicknamed the "Rokerthon."