The Honeywell Lyric thermostat thing doesn't provide any triggers, but it does know some information about the thermostat: current room temp, current setting temp, current heat/cool mode, current fan mode. When an action is executed, the value changed and the thermostat name are passed as parameters to the next thing in the flow, which could take a branch depending on the variable value.
I thought I might have the Honeywell Lyric thing do a no-effect action like "set fan to Auto" (it's already always Auto) to get the current information, and then check the room temperature parameter in a variable test. Unfortunately the problem is that only the parameter changed is passed to the next thing in the flow, and of course you already know what value you set it to, so that's not useful. The current room temperature parameter, the one which would actually be useful, is never passed as a parameter at all. Wouldn't it be easy to make the current room temperature parameter available as one of the parameters passed to the next thing in the flow in all cases?