Is your filter in? I'm asking for the simple reason that your running at 2-3lbs, if you were running at 25+ then I would say your having a restriction problem somewhere. (Filter, skimmers, maindrains and so on.) Is this a new or old pool? Did you have a pool company maintaining it? where are you from (weather)? maybe a suction line has a hole or crack. This would be a good one to look in to. Did you pressure test all lines?
Check your pump impeller to see if it is clogged with debris. This will cause it to lose operating pressure. Also if you have a bleed line on your filter open it slightly to see if air will blow out. If it does, you have air trapped in your lines and this indicates that you have an air leak somewhere.
The question should be do you have excess pressure or little or no pressure?
Actually, you may have a downstream restriction. Were you cleaning your pool? I did and the DE filter was damaged so it was bypassing actually filtering anything; salt water generator became clogged. I heard the pump sound change so I went to check, reading nearly zero on the filter but pump was working (would self-prime). Removed and cleaned the salt water generator ... pressure problem solved.
No, rain has no effect on water pressure. - If you have a well and are getting low pressure, insert a question in 'plumbing' detailing the problem, pump type and pressure tank type, colour and pressure at lowest. Tell us as much as you can and we will tell you how to fix the problem.
yes there is a water problem in Alabama and we need to fix it
Install a new pressure balancing valve in shower which helps with problem.
Low to no water pressure in the house, what is the problem?
The hot water side of your tub and shower diverter is plugging up. Replace the cartridge to fix the problem.
You ask your plumber to instal the valve in your main supply the reduces the pressure but not the flow.
Fix the oil pressure problem and see what that does for you.
If it is a transmission problem, the best thing you can do is have the transmission rebuilt. That will fix the problem and prevent any further damage to the transmission.
Generally speaking low oil pressure is due to excessive wear inside your engine, unless the pressure sender, wiring or gauge is faulty, the only way to fix this problem is to replace or rebuild the engine.
I had the same problem with my 99 f-150. Turned out to be a sick-sensor problem. Replacment of the oil pressure sensor was the fix.
Try replaceing the filter or the fuel pressure regulator.