Stop an automation

Cupertino, September 18, 2023

I have HUGE windows that provide all the light I need most of the day. However, on stormy or cloudy days, it's pretty dark if I don't turn on my lights. I have an automation that turns on my "daylights" if the sensor detects that the ambient light is less than 20 lux. It works fine except I can't turn it off. For example, automation is triggered and I decide I'd like to take a nap on the couch with the lights off, or sometimes I don't want the overhead lights on, but all other light sources are well on. If I turn off the lights, they will automatically turn on when the light sensor detects the lack of light. Any insight on this would be helpful!

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