This is probably a no brainer. But do high outside temperatures slowdown the speed at which the car can charge? I've noticed that when itsparticularly hot outside it can take almost twice as long for the car to charge. When I got home this afternoon I had about 26 miles of range left. I'mplanning to go out for the evening so I connected my HPWC for a quick charge. Afterwaiting a few minutes, the car said it was going to take almost 5 hours to do astandard charge at 36 miles of range per hour of charge (36/hr). That's a sharpdrop from the rated 62/hr. As my garage started to cool down, the charging rate started to speedup. It's now at 55/hr. But this has happened a few times before, and always when it'shot outside. It's not a big deal as it only make sense for it to take longer. I was justwondering if anyone else has experienced similar charge times in the heat?