Temp is very important in drying and curing and imo you wanna stay below 70 at all times.
The whole goal is to slow the drying down even if you can only do 7-10days. How you do it is not so important as doing it.
This is interesting. I have not concentrated on controlling temps. But the best results I got were when the temp in that room was steadily below 70 and the humidity was around 60%. I got sloppy last dry and assumed I could get good results without trying. That didn't work out.