GOOD Morning America fans are worried about Rob Marciano as the meteorologist remains strangely absent from the show.
Fans of Marciano have wondered if he was promoted or has been kicked off the program.
Marciano has worked as the GMA weekend forecaster since Ginger Zee, another GMA forecaster, was promoted to the weekday meteorologist time slot.
Many online watchers have noticed Marciano's absence and are wondering where he is.
"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.
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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.
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"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.
The US Sun has reached out to GMA to confirm if Marciano has indeed left the show but hasn't heard back at the time of publishing.
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.
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