- Seven bodies recovered; 2 have arrived in the city where the plane began its journey
- An official says sonar may have found wreckage; search chief says plane not found yet
- Strong wind, heavy rain and big waves hamper search operation
- The wreckage is "soul destroying," AirAsia CEO says
Surabaya, Indonesia (CNN)Indonesian searchers battling bad weather in their efforts to find more remains from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 have so far recovered seven bodies from the sea, officials said Wednesday.