The UI is very simple. By default it shows your home on the map, that Weather Intelligence is turned on, and has three big dialogs for 1) when rainfall will dictate no watering 2) when wind will cause a skip and 3) when temperature will cause a skip. That’s it. There is a slider that says “switch to weather stations” that if you hit it turns off the entire UI of the weather intelligence and goes back to the classic system of picking weather stations (including selecting from local PWS) and using the data from that one specific station. Now I have a weather station at my home but out of curiosity I will run the weather intelligence and compare. Hopefully it is pretty close because I assume the weather intelligence will actually use my station (heck it is the closest!) as at least one of the variables it averages to calculate what the weather is at my home.
I have a Ambient Weather Wifi at my home but after 1 1/2 years sometimes the rain bucket is getting stuck and I’ll find after a big rainfall it shows zero rain, the rest works fine and when the rain bucket does work it is perfect. I’ll have to figure out a more permanent fix, replace it (they aren’t tooo bad when bought alone to replace an old one) or just use WI on the Rachio 3.