Saw this at dpreview. Show us Jupiter and Saturn!!!
The following is from "SpaceWeather":
Something extraordinary is happening on the planet Jupiter in full view of amateur astronomers: Two gigantic storms are interacting. One is a "white oval" -- a 70-year old hurricane nearly the size of Earth. The other is the famous Great Red Spot -- a centuries-old tempest twice as wide as our planet. Sky watchers with 6" to 10" telescopes can view the action on clear nights with good atmospheric seeing.
BTW - now is also a great time to try photographing Saturn. The planet is oriented such that the tilt of the rings toward Earth is at their greatest. This also allows for good views of the planet's south pole.