@MarkNagy yes I've tried all the possibilities that I could think off. But, there is update on the issue. I've enabled permission under Other permissions: Open new windows while running in background. I'm not sure if this solved the problem, but I succeeded adding several windy widgets. So for now problem solved. Thank You for your assistance.
Can you please tell me where I can find the favorites bar folder?
There is a new feature in Windows 10 that allows you to pin your old File Explorer favorites under Quick access on the left side of File Explorer. Check your old favorites folder if you don't see them all there.
Just noticed that this is still happening (and it's happening right now since we are at the end of month again...).
Looking at the code, it seems that the issue comes directly from the server side. The server returns a ux: null in the trend array after metar which is why all the wrong time have exactly the same value, howOld treated it as 0... The returned time is in fact the time since Unix epoch....