“Good Morning America” weather person Marysol Castro is leaving the program, ABC News confirms to TVNewser.
Tomorrow, September 26, will be her last day on the show.
“After 6 years of great weekends, this one is bittersweet. It’s the last I’ll spend with all the great and talented people of GMAW-my home for the better part of the last decade,” said Castro. “While my next opportunity is an exciting one, I’m nonetheless sad at the prospect of leaving. I’ve had a wonderful stay and will miss so much of what makes GMA a great place to hang one’s hat-except those 3am wake-up calls. And so….on with the show.”
Before joining ABC News, Castro was a general assignment reporter at WPIX in New York City and a reporter for News 12 in the Bronx, a local cable news outlet owned by Cablevision.
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