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Rokerthon 2021: Online weather reporting relay hopes to break world record

9NEWS is participating in a world record attempt for the longest online weather reporting relay.

MORRISON, Colo. — The fifth Rokerthon is on and 9NEWS is participating in a world record attempt for the longest online weather reporting relay.

9NEWS Meteorologist Cory Reppenhagen will provide a weather forecast from Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

More than 50 NBC affiliate stations from across the country will join Roker to provide the ultimate live national weather report. 

Each participant will highlight must-visit destinations from iconic American locations, forecasting an unforgettable summer from coast-to-coast and introducing viewers to the people and places that make this long awaited summer one to remember.

You can watch the Roekerthon livestream below:

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