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The Rokerthon Begins

Al Roker has embarked on the "Rokerthon"-an attempt to break a Guinness World Record by carrying on the longest uninterrupted weather broadcast. So, for the next 34 hours, if you need the weather, just check in with Al. He'll be on a livestream at TODAY.com day and night until the 8 a. m. weather segment on "Today" on Friday morning. Why do this? It's a fundraiser, for the USO-with more than $21,000 pledged by kickoff. We're told Roker's got a detailed plan for keeping his energy up during the long, long forecast-as reported by NBC's "Today":While Al wants to avoid too much caffeine and try to bank some sleep leading up to the attempt, it's really what he does during the all-nighter that will determine his success, says NBC Universal's Dr. Source link

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