Rob Marciano has made his first appearance as ABC News’ senior meteorologist, joining “World News Tonight” host David Muir.
Marciano covered Hurricane Norbert, which is now a Category One storm about 150 miles off the coast of California. In his new job, Marciano will appear on “Weekend Good Morning America” and spend his weekdays as part of ABC News’ extreme weather team, headed up by Ginger Zee.
On his last day at “Entertainment Tonight,” Marciano reiterated that weather is his true passion. “This is where I came from, weather. I’m just kind of going back to that. What I learned from Nancy O’Dell and all the incredible journalists at ‘ET,’ it’s been such a phenomenal ride. But, weather is my true passion and I have to get back to it.”
Marciano previously reported on weather for ten years with CNN prior to his stint at “E.T.”