Rainmeter log is throwing a repeateing error, that the following icon can not be found:
ImageName: Unable to open: C:\Users\[..]\Rainmeter\Skins\Win10 Widgets\Weather\icons\.png (Win10 Widgets\Weather\Weather-Large.ini)
Is anyone hgaving same issue? I couldn't found that file (no name, only extension) not in the original package.
Click 'Custom skin actions' and then click 'Edit Weather Variables' to open the variables file in your text editor.
Follow the instructions in that file to set your Latitude and Longitude variables. Save the file and refresh the skin to see your location.
Well that explains it... the original Win10 Widgets by TJ Markham does not contain that skin, so you need to find where you got that skin(s), and talk to that author.
Glad to see you found your issue.
I looked at that addition and did not find a reason for it to access the weather; I believe the OP has a corrupted version and needs to reinstall that package and then install the weather patch.
Based on a post below, I can report that I have currently on my screen, the standalone version working correctly, whilst the plugin for Win10Widgets is sitting "retrieving weather". I have no good explanation for this, but that's my situation.
For me the BackgroundWidth in variables.ini need changing to 361
Changed default width to match other widgets; now at 361 pixels.
Also added a middle-mouse-click to show weather meters if 'Retrieving Weather...' doesn't disappear. Download V3.2020.10.18 above.
Thanks, the middle mouse button is definite progress, but it's not perfect. In the screenshot, the standalone is on the right, the Win10Widget is on the left. As you can see, it's not correctly displaying any times, sun/moon rise/set and updated at times appear not to have been retrieved. Perhaps this will help you track down the problem.