Rob Marciano Joins the 'GMA' Family

He joins ABC News as senior meteorologist.
3:20 | 09/06/14

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Transcript for Rob Marciano Joins the 'GMA' Family
We've been talking about him all morning to the point where he's a little embarrassed actually. The newest member of our merry weekend band. He's covered hurricane, blizzards. There he is. Ron, that is not cgi. That's a real storm. That's real? For years he made a big turn and started covering celebrities on "Entertainment night" which is really cool. A different kind of storm. Right. Different precipitation. Ego storm. Rob is back to his roots. His passion for weather and we couldn't be happier to welcome him to the "Gma" family. Rob Marciano, ladies and gentlemen. Take a look. At the end of this pier just ripped away. If there's any doubt as to why we need to save the gulf of Mexico. Reporter: You know rob Marciano as the intrepid meteorologist chasing wild weather for nearly a decade on CNN. He's covered it all. Easily winds sustained 0, 90 miles an hour, gusts 110, 120. Reporter: From hurricane Katrina in New Orleans -- Two monster twist ears tearing across the state. Reporter: To punishing blizzards. Right now cruising 1,000 feet. Reporter: The Cornell graduate started had is career in local news in his native Connecticut before moving on to stations in Louisiana and Oregon. The wild west here down -- Reporter: Last year rob traded in the radar -- I'm rob Marciano. Reporter: For the red carpet becoming co-host of "Entertainment tonight." Is this how you live it up. I'm really not this crazy. Reporter: He interviewed everyone. Superstar Angelina Jolie, superheroes Scarlett Johansson and singing sensation Katy Perry. Time for that. Yeah. Look at my face. Reporter: But now he's returning to his roots as senior meteorologist at ABC news. Take a look, hurricane Norbert now a category 1 storm. Reporter: Coming back east with his wife Erin and their 21/2-year-old daughter Madeline. Good morning, America. Good morning, America. Yeah, we'll get subtitles. So you were totally upstaged by your daughter. She is adorable. Can I say, I have been watching you and we've all been watching you since your CNN days. You are awesome. You love the weather. You take it super serious and you're also very fun and the second thing I want to say is Ron and I are used to being the hunks on this set so could you wear a mask and be shorter. He's not that tall. Rob lifts up his chair to a ream level. I wanted to work at ABC for so long and watched you guys every weekend for a long, long time so I'm just thrilled to be here. That comfort inn biloxi during hurricane Katrina has gotten a lot of mileage. Yes. By the way, Sara and I want to take your daughter to chuck E. Cheese. She would love. Madeline. You'll have your hands full. I'm ready. She already does. I can handle it. You make our team complete. So welcome. You complete us. You complete us. We are so psyched -- You had us at hello. All right. Show me love, baby.

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