Weatherwoman Eli Kari Gjengedal is well known in Norway for her many unconventional ideas on how to present the weather forecast. She has previously reported the weather in a space suit, and in her last broadcast she was suddenly invisible. Now she will try to set a world record by leading a 24 hour long weather forecast. It is the first time someone tries to set a world record in this category, but for it to be accepted as a record she must endure for at least 24 hours. She has to be in the picture all the time. She is given a five-minute toilet break every hour, that’s all.

Eli Kari will be joined by Storm meteorologists Roar Inge Hansen and Olav Sæther Krog in the studio. These two will share the job, and will explain  the projections, giving Eli Kari totally fresh alerts throughout the broadcast, and going into detail on why the weather behave the way it does.

You can follow the entire event live on Wednesday, September 17, 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., there will be a live broadcast from Karl Johan in Oslo. On TV2‘s pages you can also see highlights.

Thursday, September 18 we will know if a record has been made.