the suggestion by the manufacturer for SAE30 implies HTHS to be important. It's the single most important (numerical) parameter of any oil. too low isn't good, no such thing as too high but fuel consumption could suffer if higher than required.
I understand SAE30 might not be available locally so my suggestion is to get an oil with suitable viscosity, from what IS available.
All of them recommends 10w30 as much as they recommend SAE30. B&S is even recommending 5w30 synthetic at all temperatures. Without no hard facts, we can only assume.