NewsRob Marciano Leaving Good Morning America Weekend Edition as Meteorologist

Rob Marciano Leaving Good Morning America Weekend Edition as Meteorologist

– Rob Marciano to leave “Good Morning America” weekend edition
– Decision to move on is entirely his own choice
– Marciano’s next destination is unspecified

Rob Marciano, known as the meteorologist for ABC News’ Good Morning America, is cutting ties with the popular weekend edition of the news program. As reported by Variety, Marciano is leaving on his own accord and this decision is entirely of his own making. Having played a significant role in the success of the weekend morning news show, he says it is now time for him to “move on.”

Marciano has not yet revealed what his next move will be or where he is heading after his departure, and his final day working on Good Morning America has not been confirmed. Although ABC will have to look for his replacement, the network and its morning show appreciate Rob’s contributions and hard work during his time with them.

Despite the forthcoming absence, Good Morning America will not be making any hasty changes for a new meteorologist. ABC will conduct a thorough search for an able successor who can keep pace with the show’s high-quality reporting while fitting in well with the co-hosts.

During his tenure on the show, Marciano has had the chance to work with top correspondents like Dan Harris, Cecilia Vega, and Paula Faris. Many viewers appreciated his easygoing, personable demeanor and his style of engaging them in stories about daily weather events.

He is known for coverage of several notable weather disasters like Superstorm Sandy, the tornado outbreak in Oklahoma, and Hurricane Harvey and Irma. Despite any changes Good Morning America may face, it remains a favorite for morning audiences, partly due to the contribution of dedicated professionals like Rob Marciano.

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