It's time! "Rokerthon" is coming back to "Today."
Al Roker is visiting college campuses across the United States, helping students break Guinness World Records.
Students who want Roker to come to their campus have to make a video showing off their school spirit, Today.com reported. In the video, students have to tell "Today" why Roker should do a live weather forecast from their campus, and what record they'd like him to help break.
An entry form is on Today.com.
Rokerthon began in November 2014 when the famed broadcaster broke the Guinness World Record for the longest uninterrupted weather broadcast, reporting live for 34 hours. In 2015, "Rokerthon 2, Taking America By Storm" aired as he set the world record for the fastest time to report a weather forecast from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.