GOOD Morning America fans have expressed fear for the show’s meteorologists Ginger Zee and Rob Marciano as they report a hurricane.
Hurricane Ian is moving from Puerto Rico toward Florida, and the show’s host is right in the center.
Ginger reported from Tampa and told viewers that there are 48 hours left before the calm turns to chaos.
“We’re in the worst case scenario for Tampa,” she said.
She went on to say that Cuba is experiencing 125 mph winds and there is already flooding in Florida.
In a clip showing how locals prepare their homes, Ginger reported from a Florida beach where choppy waves were already rising behind her.
Rob then reported from St. Petersburg, Florida, where it’s quiet at the moment.
However, he said in a few days the state will experience 5 to 25 inches of rain and winds of up to 200 mph.
Meteorologists are expected to remain in the area as the storm progresses.
GMA fans have taken to social media to express concern for their safety.
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Viewers commented below the video of the meteorologists and sent them their best wishes.
“Be careful!” said many fans.
“Be careful, be vigilant!!” wrote a GMA fan.
A third said: ‘Be careful and thank you for risking your life to keep people informed!’
“You are all great. Please stay safe!” commented a worried Twitter user.
“Are you all staying over there? Be careful,” another asked.
Rob returned to the show this week after being absent for months.
Fans again expressed concern for him when he was in Bermuda amid the storm.
Heavy rain and winds battered the island, but Rob made a strange confession: “So weird that this is my happy place.”
Fans rushed to wish the morning show presenter and his colleagues well in the difficult conditions.
One said, “You and the team stay safe!”
While another commented: “Great coverage by you and the team! Take care.”
“Stay safe this hurricane season!” Take the time to enjoy.
Marciano fans on Instagram praised the meteorologist for his coverage of the storm.
The reporter shared footage of himself at the airport before flying to Tampa, Florida.