Ideally it's really too late.
I'm in the south & usually start toms & chillis mid March. They go in the greenhouse as soon as the temps are up a bit (with night time heat if necessary). My greenhouse only gets sun after lunch & in the evening, so I'm lucky if they're fruiting & ripening much before the first frosts!
So I vowed to sow them in January this year, but didn't. So mine are playing catch up.
To a certain extent things do catch up, but I think you might be really pushing your luck. It's not even as if they are that quick to germinate. If you have a really sunny greenhouse & time, pots & compost to spare, so you won't be too cross if they come to nothing, then as the seeds were free maybe you have nothing to lose. Perhaps we will have a very late hot summer, who knows.
I'd probably save them for next year though...