On Tuesday night, the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Office reported that a large meteorological event, with a diameter of about 2,000 kilometres, had hit the northern coast of the Australian Capital Territory.
The event, dubbed the AFROP, is one of the most powerful meteorological events the planet has ever seen.
The coronavirus epidemic that began in December has killed at least 12,000 people in Australia.
It has caused widespread disruption to air travel and disrupted the lives of tens of millions of people.
AFRAP, or an Aurora Borealis, is a meteorological phenomenon where the sun passes in front of a bright star and emits a shower of hot particles.
It is caused by a collision of two objects that happen to be at opposite ends of the sun.
In recent years, the meteorological office has become one of Australia’s most powerful warning agencies.
“AFRAP has produced an annual record of more than 1,000 coronaviruses,” the meteorology office said in a statement.
“The AFRIP has been one of our most successful coronaviral events.
The number of people who have died from AFRAS in Australia has risen from less than 1 in 10,000 in 2014 to about 1 in 100,000 this year.”
AFROPS are rare events, according to the meteorologist.
There have only been eight since 1901.
“In some ways, they are really rare,” Mr Lomax said.
“But it’s a really important warning.
It’s a great signal that there’s something going on.”
AUSTROP, which is known to occur in the northern hemisphere in March, has caused havoc for airlines and airlines have scrambled to scramble for more seats.
A large number of flights have been cancelled, according the airline industry group Australia’s Airports Council.
Air France, one of many airlines which have taken the unusual step of cancelling flights to the capital Canberra, said its staff were being asked to prepare for the worst.
The airline said its planes would be “further constrained” in the wake of the coronaviroc event.
“We’re working with our customers to ensure that there are no disruptions,” the airline said.
Australian Airlines has also reported that the number of cancellations and delays is “far from normal”.