Here's a more detailed picture showing the Cold Patch surface on top of the reground asphalt:
Most of the problem with the reground asphalt was particular sections near the door where there was more gravel and less asphalt. This seems to have solved the problem.
UPDATE: I did some more rolling of it with the TrailBlazer this morning. It was warm enough to smell the volatile hydrocarbons coming off of it. This is a good sign; it means that it will get harder because of these hot days.
I'm still planning to asphalt seal it next Saturday morning. The instructions are emphatic that there should be no rain forecast for the following 24 hours, the night temperatures should be above 55 degrees, and you should not apply it if the air temperature is above 85 degrees. That leaves a narrow window of opportunity over the next few weeks, before weather starts to get better.