First, a newsflash: Last month, scientists announced that winds on Jupiter and Saturn are rooted at very different levels in each gas giant.
Oookay. This may not seem worth thinking about on a Saturday morning, but consider the scale of the storms those winds, which basically operate the same way as on Earth, can stir up:
Here are two Science Magazine writers talking about the new discovery on a podcast:
Featured image: Aurora on Jupiter, by NASA Hubble Space Telescope