I've read conflicting ideas regarding tire pressure for wet conditions.
from an active.com article:
decreasing tire pressure does indeed help. By decreasing pressure, you
increase the size of the tire's contact patch on the road. The lower the pressure, the more tire is touching the road, and the more grip you will have.
from a motorcyclecruiser.com article:
A slight increase in tire pressure also improves the wet-weather traction of any tire. Increasing your tire pressure by five p.s.i. or less helps to cut through the film of water and prevent hydroplaning.
These could both be accurate and if so, what is the consensus on tire pressure for riding in wet conditions. City streets and highways vs. race track if applicable.