Mar 27, 2014 11:28 AM by KSBY News
PERTH, Australia (AP) - Bad weather has again cut short the hunt for possible debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner.
Satellite images have revealed hundreds more objects in the southern Indian Ocean that might be pieces of wreckage, but not one piece of debris has been recovered.
The heavy rain, winds and low clouds that are hampering the search are expected to remain for 24 hours.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority says "there was no visibility" in the search area today.
Planes have been flying out of Perth for a week, looking without any success for the objects spotted in vague satellite images. Finding them could give physical confirmation that Flight 370 crashed and allow searchers to narrow the hunt for the wreckage of the plane and its black boxes.
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