Robert Mark Marciano is an American journalist and meteorologist currently working for ABC News. Marciano made the forecast for the weekend issue of Good Morning America, a position Ginger Zee left blank when she was chosen to succeed Sam Champion at GMA Daily Editions. Marciano was first known as a meteorologist, occasional reporter and CNN Worldwide stand-in at their Atlanta headquarters. Prior to joining ABC, Marciano most recently worked for Entertainment Tonight, where he co-managed the show's 30-minute nighttime edition as well as the 60-minute weekend edition. He left ET at the end of August 2014 after twenty months to take up his current position at ABC.
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Known best for his work on ABC News and ABC's Good Morning America Weekend, this meteorologist also worked for Entertainment Tonight and CNN.
After studying meteorology at Cornell University, he began working for an ABC affiliate in Portland, Oregon, and then transferred to local stations in Lake Charles, Louisiana and West Hartford, Connecticut.
From 2013 to 2014, he co-hosted Entertainment Tonight with Nancy O'Dell.
A native of Glenville, Connecticut, he was born into a family of German and Italian heritage.
He replaced Sam Champion as ABC's lead meteorologist.
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- Alumni of Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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Latest information about Rob Marciano updated on June 14 2021.