Better of two evils, temperature or humidity
I used to keep my stash of papers wrapped and frozen, but when we moved recently the freezer didn't make it out the other end. I'm keeping the papers in a storage space over the garage, where the temperature ranges between 30 and 50 f pretty reliably until spring. The humidity outdoors, however, will be about 85% and I assume the storage space is only a little lower.
The temperature inside the house is between 60 and 70f, but the humidity is usually around 40%.
Which is preferable? The papers are mostly chlorobromo, so I assume they will be more resistant to fog, but they were stored for the summer in a space that was both hot and humid. I had no option.
By spring we'll have a new freezer and darkroom, but until then, what to do?