I read on this website that:
Store the jar of cherry seeds in your refrigerator for 8 to 12 weeks. Cherry seeds, and trees, require a period of cold, usually 90 to 150 days each winter.
The article concludes with planting the seeds after the requisite 12 weeks:
Leave the cherry seeds in the refrigerator until the last hard frost of spring has occurred. Plant the cherry seeds [...]
Unfortunately, my seeds are now dry, so 12 weeks will put me in early October; 150 days will put me in November.
Will these seeds survive, dry, for an additional 5-6 months? Should I simply hold them dry (not refrigerated) until I'm 12 weeks from the last frost (eg. mid-Feb)?