For the longest time I tried to find an easy command to return to a normal warm bulb temperature for my Hue lights. In the Hue app you can get an excellent warm temperature, but the HomeKit app can never match that color.
But if you tell Siri to turn the lights on to Topaz, it will match the standard warm temperature of the Hue bulb.
Side note: if you want the daytime temperature, I found that Siri 100w Tungsten offers a very nice day color.
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