METEOROLOGIST and journalist, Rob Marciano, has Good Morning America fans wondering where he is after not being on set for some time.
Marciano works as the weekend forecaster for GMA after Ginger Zee was promoted to the weekday meteorologist position.
Where is Rob Marciano?
The Good Morning America journalist and weekend forecaster has not been seen on air during his usual time slot and fans of the journalist and the show are questioning his whereabouts.
Marciano last posted to his Instagram account on March 13, 2022. He posted a set of images of him reporting from Vermont with the Good Morning America Team.
Marciano's last Twitter post was on March 27 when he joked with a Good Morning America viewer who was commenting on his change in appearance during that evening's broadcast.
The viewer stated, "Whaaaaa!? Who is this? I’ve missed the Sunday news the past few weeks and thought they had a new weather guy!! I’m digging the èl niño on your face."
It's unknown when he'll be back on the small screen.
The US Sun has reached out to Good Morning America for comment.
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Who is Rob Marciano?
Marciano is a meteorologist and journalist who currently works for ABC News. He is the weekend meteorologist at Good Morning America and the senior meteorologist on ABC's World News Tonight with David Muir, according to his biography on ABCNews.go.
Marciano has reported on many natural disasters that have occurred in the US.
He has covered tornadoes, volcanos erupting in Hawaii, and hurricanes to name a few.
Marciano also covered the Great American Eclipse, a solar eclipse that was visible from coast to coast, while broadcasting from Oregon in 2017.
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How long has Marciano been a journalist?
Prior to working for ABC News, Marciano was a co-host on Entertainment Tonight where he interviewed a countless number of celebrities.
Before his job with ABC News, he worked for CNN as a weather and news anchor.
He also worked as a field correspondent for the network during Hurricane Katrina.
In addition to reporting and anchoring, Marciano has also hosted prime-time specials and has won a Peabody Award.
Marciano is a certified broadcast meteorologist.
He graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in meteorology.
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