(Undated) -- Bad weather is grounding the air search for that missing Malaysian jet.
Meteorologist Rob Carolan says another weather system is moving in. The forecast for the remote section of the southern Indian Ocean where the search is focused calls for severe turbulence, icing and near zero visibility. It's a frustrating set back just one day after it was learned that new satellite images show floating objects in the suspected crash zone. The debris is believed to be the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. It's spread out over about 150 square miles.
Meteorologist Rob Carolan says weather could keep interrupting search efforts.