This is a comparison of a visible light image and a radio image of the area around Jupiter's great red spot from an article in Science News. The radio data is from the VLA, and the frequency is chosen to image Ammonia radio emission.
This is a radio image of both jupiter (smeared over 10 hours of observing) and its surrounding environment, colors represent radio wavelengths of 2cm (blue) 3cm (gold) and 6cm (red). Trapped charged particles in Jupiter's magnetic field produce very strong emission as well. Taken from an article in Gizmodo.
The Juno spacecraft will "scoot" under this emission so its antennae can see more clearly radio structure from the planet, reducing interference, but will only see a small area of the planet at a time.
During Juno's mission, will there be any simultaneous or near-simultaneous measurements of Jupiter from earth to complement data from Juno?
Additional source: Science