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sounds like a pretty reasonable thing to have done and as far as letting it warm up, the temp makes a difference to development time obviously, but I have no idea what would happen if you shot it cold and then let it develop for an extended time, the temp times are for ambient temperature not chemical temp I suppose... but if you're in a position to let it warm then I'd imagine that'tis best to shot and develop at the same temp...
the temperature of most fridges is about 4C only. that's far too low. warming it up a bit is really the best solution. if you shoot fuji 100 film in cold and you are not shure about the develloping time, just make it long, even very long. the fuji is self-terminating. so a minute or two more is no problem at all.