A charge abort is very unlikely to be due to battery temps. There is an issue either with the power, the EVSE, the charger (built into the car), or a combination thereof.
The battery would have to be VERY hot to cause the charge session to stop early, and that would mean a problem in the thermal management system which should generate a fault code and warning on the dash. If the batteries and/or ambient temps are hot, you will hear fans, pumps and other noises as the car works to cool the batteries.
I've seen lots of questions about those noises when people in temps in the hundred degree range finish a long drive and the start charging in a hot garage. None mention an aborted charge, only "unusual" noises
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