Android news and weather widget not updating
It turns out that this is a feature of Android where widgets are blocked for apps that are installed to the SD card.
This was my problem since I had just moved all of my apps the SD card to save space.
To check, open Settings, then tap "Apps & notifications." Next, tap "See all X apps," find "Google," then select "Permissions." If the slider next to "Location" is not blue, tap it to enable the permission, then restart your phone to see if the weather shows up on your lock screen.
We call this the nuclear option for a reason — once your factory reset, you can't go back. Make sure all of the photos, messages, and important content on your phone are backed up before attempting this final step. Once you tap "Erase all data (factory reset)," Google will walk you through what this action will delete, as well as show you the accounts you are currently signed into, the company's way of warning you what you have to lose.
However, there are steps here to take care of this particular bug. The lock screen weather data is being pulled from the Google app, so if Google can't read your location, you're not going to have much luck getting local weather updates.
It might sound obvious, but making sure the Google app has permission to access your location can rule out a simple hitch.
Over the past couple days, it seems like my Weather Channel app hasn't been working properly.
When I move to the home screen that has the widget, it will be displaying the wrong temperature and picture (i.e.