Al Roker is on his next record-setting weather-related binge.
The "Today" show weatherman went for two Guinness world records Monday as part of Rokerthon 3, which sees him visiting five college campuses in five days in honor of March Madness.
At the University of Oklahoma, Roker started of with a try. at the largest human image of a cloud and a lightning bolt, and that was just his first record attempt.
His goal with the week-long Rokerthon 3 — which follows a 34-hour-straight weather forecast and a 50-state meteorology jaunt — is to help each student body hit the record books, the "Today" show reports.