I read of this issue before with the factory scoop.
I installed an "OEM style" scoop a couple years back, i.e. one that looks like the factory scoop but is aftermarket. When I first installed it, the corners did the same thing, but I didn't notice that it was temperature sensitive.
To fix, I took a pipe wrench and clamped the corner(s) down to the hood and let it sit overnight. Obviously, I put microfiber towels between the scoop/hood and the wrench's contact points. I repeated this for a couple different nights. The wrench was actually placed on the top of the scoop, right at the rear corner.
It fixed the problem. However, at that point, the hood was freshly installed, so the "grab" of the double-sided tape might have been significantly stronger than your's now. It also could be that I ever-so-slightly bent the scoop to more properly line up with the hood. I'm not sure.
Don't know if that helps you . . .