Good Morning America Meteorologist Rob Marciano Out at ABC News

Rob Marciano and ABC News have parted ways.

The longtime meteorologist, who regularly appeared on Good Morning America, is no longer employed with the network, TVLine has confirmed.

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ABC declined to comment, and TVLine has also reached out to Marciano’s camp for a statement.

The news comes seven months after the weather man stepped away from his duties for GMA’s weekend editions. At the time, he maintained that he wasn’t leaving ABC.

“This month marks the start of my 10th year with ABC News, and I couldn’t be more pumped to continue this journey with all of you,” Marciano previously wrote on Instagram. “I always dreamed of working for this network as a kid, and my children are equally psyched that I will now be home most weekends! I’ll continue doing what I’m doing, contributing across all shows and platforms weekdays, while getting some solid quality time with my kiddos.”

Somara Theodore stepped in to fill the void while Marciano transitioned to weekday coverage.

In addition to GMA, Marciano appeared on ABC World News Tonight With David Muir. He previously anchored for CNN and Entertainment Tonight.

Puck News was first to report the story.

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