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Yes indeed. For example, Jupiter’s famous “spot” is actually a massive storm.
Here are previous GreenAnswers questions regarding Jupiter’s Great Red Spot:
Yes, planets do have unique weather systems. On Mercury, solar winds can whip around the extremely thin atmosphere. Extreme high and low temperatures characterize this planet. The barely-there atmosphere, or exosphere, does not provide the proper environment for other weather phenomena.
Thick carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid clouds, extreme heat and forceful winds characterize the weather on Venus. Temperatures can change drastically, and planetary distribution of energy can occur rapidly.
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