The Bible was written as a map of hope and direction. In your darkest hours, there is where you will find deliverance and righteous judgment. It is notable that often need and deliverance came at midnight in the Bible.
Moses and the Israelites were delivered from Egypt at midnight. David gave thanks for God's judgment at midnight, Jesus told parables of the coming of the Bridgroom at midnight, and of a man needing bread at midnight. And, of course, Paul and Silas were delivered at midnight, while singing praises in prison.
1 Samuel 3:21 And the LORD appeared again in Shiloh: for the LORD revealed
himself to Samuel in Shiloh by the word of the LORD.
Noon, on the other hand, is dinnertime. It can therefore be seen as a time of communion and revelations. Joseph revealed himself to his brothers at noon. Solomon's beloved was looking for him at noon time (on their lunch break?) to spendtime with him while their flocks rested. And, the Apostle Paul had his life changing vision of Jesus at noon on Damascus Road.
I believe that God has something to say to us at morning, noon, evening, and in the dark of night. His Word is here, right in front of our face. Deuteronomy 30:14; Romans 10:8