In the (near) future, after space travel has become affordable to even the common man, cloud cities are deployed on Saturn as it has favourable conditions such as Earth-like gravity, and rings for night view.
Each cloud city is discussed thoroughly in my previous question, but I will do a quick recap.
The cloud-city in question is a giant zeppelin that is supported lifted by heated hydrogen. The heat, in question, comes from long cables that are plunged into the deep atmosphere to extract the heat, sort of like geothermal cables. The population of the city is variable, can range from a meagre scientist outpost of 500, to a bustling city of about 5,000,000. Electricity is harvested by wind turbines that harvest Saturn's immense winds for algae-O2 generators and plants for food. The city's livestock consists of goats, cows and sheep. Pets are also there on the spacecraft, mainly cats and dogs, but exotic pets are also allowed.
However there is a major problem: Saturnian Weather.
Yes folks, that's a rough diamond.
Saturn's diamond rain poses a major hazard for these cloud cities, they can damage valuable equipments such as wind turbines, and can put dents and abrasions on the surface of the airship-hull, which can cause the balloon to leak its lifting gas and fall down into the interior, killing all the residents in it.
Furthermore, Saturn's immense turbulence wreaks havoc on the cloud-city, causing violent acceleration and deceleration, being extremely uncomfortable for the residents.
How to shield a Saturnian Cloud-city from Saturn's treacherous weather?