"The real question for everyone though is how they're using their weatherflow with Hubitat
I use the light sensor on my Tempest to have Hubitat turn on several inside lights if it gets too dark outside during daylight hours due to clouds/rain. When the light outside gets above a certain point the lights will turn off. For me there needs to be about 1000 difference in the illumanance variable for lights on/off values to keep them from switching too often.
I also use the Tempest rain sensor for notifications. I usually don't have the windows open but have a rule for Echo Speaks and a text to my phone to alert me if it starts to rain and the windows are open. I use the the state of the contact switches for my Ring alarm to know if the windows are open.
I don't use the Ring alarm integration. The Echo can see the status of Rind devices. I have code for a Virtual Contact with Switch @thebearmay sent me that the Echo can turn on/off to match the state of the Ring alarm contact sensors as well as flood/freeze and motion sensors. I use that code to get most of the Ring alarm devices into Hubitat. The Ring cameras can be linked as a regular virtual switch for motion.