What is the explanation for why hurricanes/storms on Jupiter last longer than Earth's?

I'm guessing this relates to the chemical makeup of the atmosphere that's very different from Earth's, but I'm not sure. On Earth as you know, the largest hurricanes only last a few days to a little over a week max. On Jupiter, for example, the "Great Red Spot" has been spinning for... show more I'm guessing this relates to the chemical makeup of the atmosphere that's very different from Earth's, but I'm not sure.

On Earth as you know, the largest hurricanes only last a few days to a little over a week max.

On Jupiter, for example, the "Great Red Spot" has been spinning for a few centuries (estimate).
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