ABC News Cuts Ties with Meteorologist Rob Marciano

By Mark Mwachiro 

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Rob Marciano is no longer part of the ABC News team. The meteorologist has been with the network since 2014, appearing as the senior meteorologist for the weekend edition of Good Morning America for most of his tenure.

ABC News declined a TVNewser request for comment about Marciano’s departure. Puck’s Dylan Byers first reported the news on Tuesday.

Prior to joining ABC News, Marciano worked as a meteorologist and weather reporter for CNN, followed by a stint as an Entertainment Tonight co-host.

At ABC, Marciano took over the weekend role previously held by Ginger Zee and also worked alongside the chief meteorologist and climate correspondent as part of the Extreme Weather Team. He moved from weekends to weekdays in September 2023, mainly working on World News Tonight. In a social media post, Marciano at that time attributed the change to a favorable “work-life balance.”


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Somara Theodore, who joined ABC News in March 2023, has been the main meteorologist for the weekend editions of GMA since September 2023.