GOOD Morning America’s Rob Marciano shared a terrifying video while reporting on location covering Hurricane Fiona.
It comes as fans pleaded with the weatherman to ‘stay safe’ as they follow his intense situation.
Hurricane Fiona has already devastated Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, then wreaked havoc in Bermuda.
And that’s exactly where Rob is reporting from.
He posted a video on his Instagram and Twitter tales of giant waves crashing into a boat dock.
Viewers can see toy-tossed boats in the choppy waves.
Howling winds and sideways rain could be heard in the background.
Rob captioned the post: “First light” while tagging his videographer.
The meteorologist was also interviewed by a local Bermuda news station as he prepared for the storm.
He admitted: “It’s my first time covering a storm in Bermuda, so I’m learning a bit as I go.”
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“I’m really impressed with the houses here. What’s remarkable is that no one comes out of their house here.
“Because these homes are built so phenomenally, it’s a great game plan. They know their homes can handle it.
“I feel safer here in this storm really more than anywhere in Bermuda.”
Concerned fans sent their best wishes to the Storm Chaser.
“Please stay safe Rob,” one pleaded, accompanied by prayer hand emojis.
A second wrote: “Rob please be safe! You are in my thoughts and prayers!”
Although the weatherman disappeared from GMA, he made sporadic appearances on WNT.
Still, fans are still upset that he won’t be seen on the morning show anymore.
On Twitter, one viewer asked, “@RobMarciano, are you coming back on GMA weekend? What about during the day? Everyone asked. You could at least answer.”
A second viewer tweeted: “Okay @GMA I see what’s going on. @RobMarciano not coming back on weekends.
“You’re trying to find his replacement. So far, I don’t think you’ve found the next piece of the puzzle.”
“Hey Rob, are you coming back to the weekend GMA? We miss you!” said another fan.
Along with his work on WNT, Rob has also spent a lot of time with his children.
Earlier this week, the proud dad smiled while wearing sunglasses as his 4-year-old son Mason and 10-year-old daughter Madelynn posed for the camera in new photos.
He captioned the post, “Some pics from dad’s last weekend,” along with a smiley and a green apple emoji.
The GMA weatherman also recently shared a photo of him and his four-year-old son, Mason, having lunch outside.
The 54-year-old smiled proudly while standing next to the little boy, as he enjoyed chips.
Mason was also all smiles, showing his baby teeth.
Rob simply captioned the photo, “Lunchin’.”