Hello. I can assist you with your question.
If the temperature has increased, the volume of the wine will increase.
And as in your case, possibly into the airlock.
You should remove the excess and maybe have a sip to see what it tastes like at this point.
In fact, it's a good idea to always leave a little headspace, and that is usually accomplished by taking a sip every now and then to see how it's coming along.
So, your wine isn't in trouble yet, but it is either done or close to done.
In the "too much information" category, here's a reference for you. It shows how changing in temperature correlate to changes in volume.
Thermal Expansion Data for Wine
Is it me, or do we live in a time where everything we can think of already exists? I wouldn't have known this chart did if you hadn't asked :-)
I hope this helps.
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