7/17/16. If you had such a paper, you could include your info on lightning, tornadoes, the heating of the mesosphere, etc. Tidal forces would affect it, I presume. I suppose such a paper would need to be divided into sections for the various types of weather, climate change, ice ages, meteor impacts etc. It might even be able to tell us about the atmospheres of the gas giants and Venus and Titan.
The reason I bring this up is because Electro on the TB forum speculates that the atmosphere on Venus contained supercritical carbon dioxide, which flowed like water and eroded channels on the surface. That doesn't seem probable, but it would be interesting if there could be enough pressure and heat in any atmosphere to produce supercritical fluids.