Looks like this station has stopped reporting to pwsweather in early 2017. Any data you were actually using appears to have been transferred via CWOP system instead (Rachio can read these).
Data within the CWOP (here) appears to be intact and they are registered as an active NOAA station list here (link, search for “D3642”). On the surface everything is in place for you to continue using the data without needing to switch the station.
Here (link) is a copy of the data Rachio may have received from their provider. The old thing is that it only shows precipitation data on the 16th (0.01 inch of rain), completely missing the data on the 15th (which WU shows to have been 0.03 inches of rain).
On top of my head, I’m not sure how to check raw data on CWOP going this far back, but zooming into the rain data we do see that both days had some data:
Long story short: you were using the CWOP station all along, Rachio has got the best data it could from their provider, provider data is wrong for some reason, maybe Rachio support can contact their provider to find out what happened.
If all else fails, we could setup a backup pwsweather station for this data if it is the best data available for you.