By Saturn hurricane, I mean a hurricane on the planet Saturn. Here are some details.
The eye, all by itself, would swallow up all of Superstorm Sandy – 1,250 miles across. Winds at the outer edge were blowing 330 mph – call it a Category 12. (I just extended the Saffir-Simpson scale linearly.)
Perhaps scariest of all – the storm sat at the planet’s north pole for more than five years.