Why does the temperature of Jupiter determined from radio emission do not correspond to the temperature of the upper layers

Why does the temperature of Jupiter determined from radio emission do not correspond to the temperature of the upper layers, determined from radiation in the infrared region (8-12 microns)?

High-energy particles concentrated in the radiation belts of Jupiter are responsible for radio emission.

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