What type of weather does Uranus have?
Weather patterns on Uranus can be unusually persistent; they can remain at one latitude for weeks, or they can race toward the polar regions at surprising speeds. The energy driving these storms is surprisingly powerful, given that Uranus is at an average distance from the Sun of around 30 AU, and the light it receives is 900 times weaker than it is on Earth. This makes it unlikely that energy from the Sun is driving the weather on Uranus, leading some astronomers to speculate that the planet has a worldwide conveyor belt that draws methane, which makes up 2 percent of the atmosphere, toward the polar regions. Given the near-horizontal tilt of Uranus and the fact that modern infrared telescopes have never gotten a view of the planet’s north pole, it is possible that Uranus’ far side has radically different weather patterns that are impossible to see from Earth. Source: universetoday.com