Can heat/outside temprature have an effect on a car battery? on 1997 Chevrolet Venture

I can start my vehicle early in the morning before the temprature rises with no problem but as soon as the temprature gets hot it won't start. The cells are full.

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As in drag racing when cars temperatures get really high they have problems starting. In a battery excessive heat causes corrosion and in turn hard starting = shortening life span of the battery.

I forgot to add it can also be an intermittent problem with the main relay, starter, or fuel pump.
Thank you