Springtime on Saturn came in with a bang last December, when a massive storm erupted in its north temperate zone. This rare event has been observed in unprecedented detail from the ground and from space. See Letters p.71 & p.75
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Read, P. Storm-clouds brooding on towering heights. Nature 475, 44–45 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1038/475044a