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‘GMA’ meteorologist Rob Marciano exits ABC News after 10 years

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ABC News Senior Meteorologist Rob Marciano has exited the network after 10 years.

A source familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly confirmed the news to USA TODAY. Puck News was first to report the news of Marciano’s departure.

Marciano, 55, has been with the network since 2014, bringing his weather insights to “ABC World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Good Morning America” and “Good Morning America: Weekend Edition.” Before this, he co-hosted Entertainment Tonight for nearly two years.

His most recent reporting – on Shreveport, Louisiana’s recovery from a storm that tore through the city in June 2023 – aired on “ABC World News Tonight” last week and on ABC News’ website on Sunday.

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A rep for ABC News declined to comment. USA TODAY has reached out to a representative for Marciano for comment.

In September, Marciano shared in an Instagram post celebrating his 10th year with ABC News that he would be “contributing across all ABC shows and platforms Mon-Fri, while getting more quality time with my kiddos on the weekends.” He has two children with ex Eryn Marciano, who filed to divorce the meteorologist in 2021, according to People.

He also announced “an exciting new project with NatGeo that has me exploring some very very cool stuff.”

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