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Weather Video: SPECIAL REPORT – Flight 370

Head Weather analyst Philip Duncan gives a special weather update on the location where potential Debris has been spotted by satellite 2500 kilometres southwest of Perth.

Surveillance aircraft late yesterday scoured a remote and stormy section of the Indian Ocean for a pair of floating objects that Australia and Malaysia guardedly called a “credible” lead in the 12-day-old hunt for a missing passenger jet.

The planes covered an area of 23,000 sq/km without any sighting before the search was suspended for the day, said the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).

It earlier reported cloudy, rainy conditions and limited visibility.

The search is due to continue today.

NZ Herald


pete on 21/03/2014 12:46am

whats the island to the left of the debris field?

Gary on 22/03/2014 7:15am

Kerguelen Island, a French posession. Not many people there, just a few seal and bird botherers. Further south is Heard island, Australia’s only active volcano. Nobody there at all.

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