is there a way to manually correct rain levels?
in the past 24 and 48 hours we’ve had 1.25 and almost 2 inches of rain. we’ve been pounded with rain and the lawn is completely saturated and we have standing water throughout our yard and property.
yet the app is showing no precipitation in the past 48 hours likely due to inaccurate source feeds. despite all the rain and a squishy and saturated yard, the app is showing soil saturation levels are well below 100% for all stations with some showing soil levels in the teens.
it was going to run some zones in the next couple of days which are going to be cool and cloudy days.
i went and bumped all zones up to 100% soil moisture but it’s still looking to do some serious watering in the next few days.
is there a way i can go in and manually correct the rain levels for the last 3 days so the algorithm can pick that up for scheduling calculations so i don’t have to manually bump up my soil levels every day here in the rainy pacific northwest?
i’m looking to save water and not drown my yard, but if i can’t correct bad source info i’m afraid i’ll achieve the opposite result of the very reason i bought a rachio.
from soggy in seattle