GOOD Morning America‘s Rob Marciano took to social media to share a worrying update with fans after his absence from the weekend show.
The meteorologist and journalist posted several tweets on Tuesday as fans continue to question why he remains absent from GMA.
Rob Marciano posted several tweets on Tuesday, but didn’t mention his absence from GMA[/caption]
Marciano’s fans have wondered whether the forecaster was promoted or has been kicked off the GMA program[/caption]
Marciano, who became the weekend forecaster for GMA after Ginger Zee was promoted to the weekday meteorologist position, shared an NOAA prediction about an “above average” hurricane season.
Alongside his retweet of NOAA‘s 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook chart, the weatherman explained that the “above average” prediction is “statistically giving an only 10% chance of the Atlantic Basin activity being below normal.
According to the NOAA, the 2022 season may see around 14 to 21 named storms, six to 10 hurricanes, and three to six major hurricanes.
In a follow-up tweet, Marciano said: “The forecasts are in and for the 7th year in a row, another active #hurricane season is expected in the Atlantic — blame La Niña, warm ocean temps, weaker trade winds, and enhanced African monsoon.”
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In another tweet, Marciano wrote: “Here are the names for this year’s hurricane season… are you on the list?!
“Oh #Hermine not you again! (lists rotate every 6 years).”
Included in his tweet was a list of Tropical Cyclone Names for the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
However, there was no mention of why Marciano hasn’t been seen on GMA.
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Fans of Marciano have wondered if he was promoted or has been kicked off the program.
“Anyone else really misses Rob Marciano on GMA Weekend? Wonder what happened,” one fan said on Twitter.
Marciano has not commented publicly on his nonappearance on GMA and his Instagram stories suggest he is in New York.
Other supporters of the weatherman have theories on his whereabouts.
“If Rob Marciano is definitely off GMA – it’s sad that you can’t give him the proper send-off,” another fan said on Twitter. “Meteorologist lives matter! If he decided he didn’t want anything, that’s fine,”
Other devotees think that Marciano has been promoted to another position within the ABC News Company.
Many supporters, however, have criticized the network for not being transparent about his disappearance.
“So many of us wonder if it’s true Rob Marciano is gone and no one is giving us the truth you owe it to us and fans,” another person tweeted out.
In addition to being the weekend meteorologist at GMA, Marciano is also the senior meteorologist on ABC’s World News Tonight with David Muir, according to his biography on ABCNews.go.
During his time within the ABC News company, he has covered multiple natural disasters, including tornadoes and a volcanic eruption in Hawaii,
He also covered Hurricane Katrina.
Prior to working for ABC News, Marciano was a co-host on Entertainment Tonight and a weather and news anchor at CNN.
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He is also an award-winning journalist, earning a Peabody Award, for his coverage of natural disasters.
The weatherman graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in meteorology and is a certified broadcast meteorologist.
Marciano is pictured with his family[/caption]
Marciano is also an award-winning journalist, earning a Peabody Award, for his coverage of natural disasters[/caption]
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