Get ready, Fargo! Al Roker's 'Rokerthon 2: Taking America By Storm' is coming your way on Monday, November 9th!

For the second straight year, NBC's 'Today' is sending meteorologist Al Roker out on the road to set a Guinness World Record, according to a press release from NBC Universal.

In 2014, Roker set a record after broadcasting for 34 straight hours. This year, Roker will attempt to set the world for the fastest time to report a weather forecast from all fifty states and the District of Columbia.

'Rokerthon 2: Taking America By Storm' began Friday, November 6th, in Hawaii and will wrap up Friday, November 13th, in New York City.

On Monday, November 9th, Fargo will be one of ten different locations Roker will broadcast from, including 'The Four Corners,' which is where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado all meet.

'Rokerthon 2' will also support Feeding America. 'Today' viewers can log on to to donate.