Hi all. I have a problem with automation scheduling. It seems that if I turn off an automation, usually because we want to sleep on a vacation, the automation still happens, until the NEXT day, when it is registered that it is disabled. I feel like I'm turning off automation long enough for it to register. I usually turn it off the night before, but I feel it should turn off, even though I turned the switch just minutes before it happened. Has anyone seen this behavior, and if so, how have you handled holiday exceptions for automation appointments?
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