@JPedrego, thanks for reaching out. Happy to help answer your questions, below:
Great question. It’s important to keep in mind the type of schedule you’re using. Fixed schedules will check for precip events roughly 1 hour before the scheduled watering time and will look back and forward 24 hours (48 hour time window) to see if the weather intelligence threshold set in your schedule will be reached between the observed (historical) or predicted (future) rainfall. If so, the watering event will be skipped and not rescheduled. On the other hand, a Flex schedule will keep track of the rainfall data and reconcile the predicted and observed rainfall to correct for any errors in weather forecasts (please note, this reconcile can take up to 48 hours to complete).
In reviewing your account, on the 22nd, your Fixed schedule was skipped since station KSDL predicted 0.33 in of precipitation with a total threshold of 0.25. If I’m understanding correctly, you do not believe your was expected to received 0.33 inches of rain on Tuesday? Additionally, both yesterday and today, the weather station reported observed rainfall of 1.26 in. Do you disagree with these readings? If so, please submit a weather station review ticket and we’ll have our weather service look into the discrepancy.
In reviewing your moisture graphs, I do see some conflicting data as 1.26 inches of rainfall is being reported for 9/22 and 0 inches for 9/23.
A quick fix for the time being would be to empty your moisture balance graphs by selecting “Adjust” > “Empty”. The moisture level will empty for yesterday, and reset overnight to water on your next allowed watering day at the scheduled time.
I hope this helps. I believe we need to submit your weather station for further review by our weather service.