Meteorologist Rob Marciano reportedly fired by ABC News after complaints

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NEW YORK — “ABC World News Tonight” and “Good Morning America” meteorologist Rob Marciano has been fired after 10 years with the network following alleged complaints, multiple outlets confirmed Tuesday.

“Multiple staffers had made complaints about Marciano’s behavior over the years and he was at least temporarily barred from main GMA set in NYC,” according to Puck’s Dylan Byers, who first reported the firing.

No additional details about the nature of the complaints was given.

In September, Marciano said he was working on “an exciting new project with NatGeo that has me exploring some very, very cool stuff.” It’s unclear if that project is moving forward, though NatGeo is co-owned and operated by Disney, which also owns ABC News.

In recent months, the weatherman had been moved off weekend episodes of “GMA” and to nightly news program while still appearing on the morning show on weekdays. He previously worked as a meteorologist for CNN and as an “Entertainment Tonight” anchor.

His ex-wife, Eryn Marciano, filed for divorce in 2021 after 11 years of a “difficult” marriage, according to People. The two share two children.

A representative for Marciano did not immediately return a request for comment.