I was wondering if the evapotranspiration calculation takes into account wind conditions?
I found this online
A 5-mile-per-hour wind will increase still-air evapotranspiration by 20 percent
The local weather has been cool lately and I got an update email that my watering times have been adjusted downward. Cooler weather should mean less evapotranspiration so that makes sense, but its also been windy the past week or two as it often is here this time of year. My lawn looks dried out in parts, probably needing a bit more water. Does the formula look at local wind conditions when determining the evapotranspiration adjustment?