GMA co-host Ginger Zee has revealed how tense it is in ABC’s weather center as the show’s fans are particularly concerned about Rob Marciano’s well-being.
ginger_zee/TwitterGinger, 42, shared a video on Twitter on Friday showing her with other members of her GMA team as they “barely took a breath for a half hour” while covering an extreme drought in California[/caption]
Instagram/robertmarcianoRob, 54, has shared a clip where he said he was left stranded in Montecito amid the floods earlier this week[/caption]
“Inside the tense moments in the weather center this morning,” her tweet read.
She said that she, Max Golembo, and Dan Amarante were anticipating the “drought monitor.”
“I’m not joking,” she added in the tweet.
Ginger compared the current conditions among those in the weather center to when they “refresh for hurricanes.”
The meteorologist noted that Max had “some heartburn” and said that Dan was “working feverishly” as she was “typing away.”
WORRIED ABOUT ROB
Rob, 54, has shared a clip where he said he was left stranded in Montecito amid the floods earlier this week.
And he took a photo of a sign that bizarrely said: “Extreme drought, please conserve water” during the torrential downpours.
On his way out to California, the weatherman snapped a photo of him alongside retired journalist Ron Claiborne.
Fans commented expressing how they’re missing Rob on GMA.
One said: “Miss you on GMA, Rob. Sending best thoughts.”
Another asked the TV star: “When will you be back on the air?”
Amid the devastating weather, a five-year-old boy has been swept away in the violent storms that have left at least 14 dead.
The storm brought near-100mph wind gusts, left thousands without power, and created impossible travel conditions.