It really doesn't matter. While fuel does condense as it gets colder, your fuel tank can only handle a certain amount of fuel. Also, the fuel tanks at gas stations are often stored underground so the temperature of the air has very minimal effects on them. No matter what time of day you fill up, the fuel you're getting is probably within a 1-2 degrees of what it would be at any other time of day.
It might be different for each person. I prefer to, at the end of the day. This helps me in the morning, when I might not have the luxury of waiting in a queue. No rushing and worrying that I'll be late.
I don't know if it matters, except price wise, I heard, at least around here, prices could go up in the a.m. around 9:30-10.
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