NBC’s TODAY present is bringing Rokerthon back for a fifth year on Monday, and NBC 5 Meteorologist Grant Johnston helps by placing North Texas within the nationwide highlight.
Johnston is amongst 50 meteorologists from throughout the nation becoming a member of Roker to set a brand new Guinness World Report title for the most individuals in a stay, on-line climate reporting video relay.
Every report is supposed to spotlight must-visit locations throughout America on June 21 — the primary day of summer time.
Johnston will report in the course of the 8 a.m. hour whereas on a ship on Joe Pool Lake.
Meteorologists are tasked with describing present situations for his or her location and the 24-hour climate outlook. Every metropolis is supposed to transition to at least one one other seamlessly with no interruptions, the TODAY present says.
Roker isn’t any stranger to world data. Rokerthon first debuted in 2014 when Roker broke the Guinness World Information title for the longest uninterrupted stay TV climate report, reporting stay for a 34 hours. Rokerthon continued when he set the Guinness World Information title for the quickest time to report a climate forecast from all 50 US states and the District of Columbia and for visiting 5 faculty campuses in 5 days to assist faculty college students break further Guinness World Information titles. And simply final 12 months, Roker set the report for the most individuals in a digital sandwich-making relay.
Rokerthon will be streamed live on TODAY All Day, which is out there on TODAY.com, Peacock, YouTube, Tubi, Xumo and thru NBC Information apps on Roku, Amazon Hearth and Apple TV.