Alexa + node red + lacrosse technology sensor

Hello,
I just started on node red but I am an engineer and programmer.
Here is what I want to do:
I have a lacrosse technology temperature/humidity sensor that connects on the web that I figure out how get csv data from. I know how to access that data and I can do in Node Red a request from my temperature sensor that will return the latest temperature through an HTTP request.
... now ... I want to be able to say:
"Alexa, what is my [sensor name] temperature"
and Alexa to reply. The [sensor name] temperature is XXX degrees.

I installed numerous palettes that have to do with Alexa and all that.
What I have right now is that I can say "Alexa turn on [sensor name]" and Alexa replies with The [sensor name] temperature is XXX degrees.
I am sure you can see the difference but just to make clear, the [sensor name] is set as an action sensor (so ON/OFF) and when it is accessed replies OK and that OK triggers the rest of the HTTP get and so on.

I need a bit of guidance here from you guys.
Thank you

PS. Here is what I have for now:

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So why not set up a routine in alexa that will turn on a the switch that would be turned on by saying "Alexa turn on [sensor name]". The routine can be triggered by saying Alexa, what is my [sensor name] temperature"

Hey. Yes, I did that and that works ... BUT ... I would think there is a way in node red to create a device that has properties that you can interrogate with Alexa. Like temperature, humidity, status etc.

The only node that has temperature devices is node-red-contrib-alexa-home-skill (node) - Node-RED