Lightning Confirmed in Saturn's Atmosphere

Just wanted to bump this up with a thought...

As I said in another post, Jupiter's thunderstorms are the most violent thunderstorms-that we know of-in the solar system. They can grow to 50 miles in height, and up to 2,500 miles wide. Lightning on Jupiter is 1,000 times more powerful that Earth's.

However, I think there is a MUCH bigger temperature difference on Saturn, due to it being farther out. Unlike Jupiter, Saturn's winds can reach 1,000 miles an hour. I think this has something to do with the extreme temperature differences the planet experiences, as opposed to Jupiter.

So-could it mean that thunderstorms on Saturn are more violent? Massive eruptions of white clouds have been seen along Saturn's equator, and I wonder if those are massive thunderstorm complexes.