Trouble is, extremes happen outside those predicted means. We had an issue around here maybe 20 years ago when the temps got seriously cold and school was cancelled anywhere they had diesel busses. Big hassle for anyone who 'garaged' their diesel outside -- businesses, truck lines, etc. It made headlines locally.Months like November are always tricky in terms of type of gasoline. At least summer gasoline is still "usable" in winter accept for the first few minutes of starting.
Same thing once happened to me on a direct injection diesel engine. Unlike gasoline, diesel freeze (to be more precise turn into slush or gel-like) at ~15 F, winter diesel has additives to prevent that. Normally, gas stations are required to sell diesel with freezing point around 6 degrees below the mean historical minimum of that month (or maybe week).
However, in my case, I haven't been using that car often, so the summer diesel remained in the tank up until December. Then it fell below -15 F and diesel froze within the injectors, fule lining, etc. Couldn't start the car and we had to tow it to a closed heated garage.