It's probably gone. My leaks in a 1989 Opel Vectra started when cold, but didn't vanish when the temperatures went up. Unfortunately, the only fix is to replace the steering rack, which ain't cheap. Prices for replacement units, even used ones, are sky-high due to high demand and it's relatively laborious to replace the steering rack. My experience with the stop leak fluids is that they don't stop the leak.
If you replace with a used about 15 years old part, do note that the rubber in the used part is probably nearly perished and it will start to leak again in a year or so. That's what happened to me.
The most economical option would be to repair the steering rack with new rubber, but good luck trying to find somebody who is willing to repair it! Steering in a car is a safety critical component, and if somebody gets killed in an accident with repaired steering rack, it may end up to be a liability to whoever repaired it.
Fortunately, due to the advent of electric power steering, these power steering leaks will become more and more rare.