Al Roker and other locals in uber competitive NYC fete Guinness World Records Day

Thursday was the 10th annual Guinness World Records Day.

Al Roker hoped to last 34 hours in his weather forecast Thursday at Rockefeller Center, a feat that would set a Guinness World Record for longest uninterrupted live weather report.

Other New Yorkers likewise displayed their quirky feats on Thursday, the 10th annual Guinness World Records Day.

Knicks sideline reporter/”Today” show contributor Jill Martin, designer Kenneth Cole and a prop studio created the world’s largest high heel – 73 inches tall and 77 inches long.

In Phoenix, Harlem Globetrotter Thunder Law shot a basket — backward, this time — from 82 feet, 2 inches away from the hoop.

Turns out uber-competitive New Yorkers are avid — and amazingly successful — performers of goofy stunts for the record-setting organization. And our city itself figures prominently in the record books. Among our Guinness accomplishments:

The world’s largest collection of pizza boxes — 595 — belongs to Brooklynite Scott Wiener, in a record set in October 2013.

A crowd of 358 set the Guinness record for the most people twerking simultaneously on Sept. 25, 2013. The mark was set at a Big Freedia performance in Herald Square.

Sheila Anne Feeney