Just had a first time occurrence for me today that I haven't read about before. I got back from a road trip today with about 50 miles of rated range left. I plugged into my 14-50 outdoors in the driveway. About 2 hours later, I need to run an errand and use the app to cool down the car, I notice it's charging at 27A / 22 miles/hr and the car won't let me increase the current. This was our first 90 degree day today and my driveway is sun exposed; really bakes in the afternoon. The outlet, plug and UMC brick are extremely hot to touch. I unplug the whole shebang and put it in a shady spot and go about my business. The driveway is a slight bit cooler when I get home, but for good measure I put a towel over the outlet to keep the sun off, and yes I did consider the odds that the towel would combust and I considered that very low. Charging started at 40A and was fine. Just for reference the UMC was extremely hot but I could handle it to unplug it. Not as hot as the door handles get in the sun. I'm assuming the car limited the current due to the excessive heat. It generally won't be an issue for me as I do most of my charging at night but I may need to keep the cable somewhere cooler during the day as it probably isn't good for it to bake everyday like that. Other option is to fashion some kind of roof or shade for the outlet. Opinions?