This time of the year the temps are so hot in central Alabama that many crops play out. Such is the case with yellow and zucchini squash. Either the heat, the humidity or the squash borers get them. For the most part I just accept that, enjoy the fruit while it lasts, and sometimes try for a second crop.
This year I have noticed something interesting. Some of my squash has found enough "shade" to keep it growing and producing. Here is a picture of one squash plant that found some cool temps under a tomato plant and some okra:
Another plant gets afternoon shade from a large, tall tomato plant: