One man, 50 states, one week. If you're a fan of the TODAY Show's Al Roker, get ready, because he's taking America by storm once again during "Rokerthon 2"!

That's right, Al is hitting the highway in an attempt to set the Guinness World RecordsTM Title for the Fastest Time to Report a Weather Forecast from All 50 U.S. States and the District of Columbia.

Rokerthon 2 kicks off in Hawaii on Friday, November 6, 2015 live on TODAY. Then Al begins his cross country trek via planes, trains and automobiles broadcasting the weather from cities and towns across the country for a week.

He will make a stop in Sioux Falls on Monday, November 9 to do the weather as part of this history making event.

Last year, during the first-ever Rokerthon, TODAY's Al Roker broadcast a record-breaking 34 straight hours of weather coverage. This year he will take it to an entirely different level by doing the weather in all 50 states and the District of Columbia in just one week.

All of Al's weather reports during Rokerthon 2 will air across additional NBC platforms including NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, MSNBC, The Weather Channel, NBC’s local affiliate newscasts, and other programming. Rokerthon 2 will also livestream on during portions of the day.

What's really neat about Rokerthon 2 is that it supports Feeding America this holiday season. Viewers can log onto to help TODAY with its mission of "Feeding America By Storm."

Rokerthon 2 will conclude on Friday, November 13 with Al doing the weather live from Rockefeller Plaza.

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