Yep, it’s based on NWS and is supposed to charge above 100% from what I understand. Mine goes into SW but doesn’t go above 100%. I need to get with Tesla about that.
.An upper trough passing to the east will bring a period of
breezy northerly winds to the region today. These dry winds will
lower daytime humidities into the 10 to 15 percent range for many
areas accompanied by moderate to locally poor overnight recoveries.
A number of grass fires have already started yesterday, while a
larger wildfire is currently impacting Solano County
If you are aware and watch it you can use it to your advantage. Shut if off if the price of power is high and then turn it on when it's lower than what you would get for your solar power. My unit responds in a few minutes to changing it's status.I guess I’ll err on the side of caution and let storm watch do its thing.