Update: I've had it checked out by a local workshop, they said it's all good.
Follow up to this question.
When installing my steel rims, I've stupidly put the wheel nuts on backwards. It was possible because on my car you can put them on both ways on the studs, as both sides of the nuts are hollow.
As a result the cone shaped side of the lug nuts wasn't facing the wheel as it should, instead the flat side of the nuts was touching the wheels. Because I torqued the nuts to spec (135Nm/100ft lbs), the flat side of the nuts has "dug" into and deformed one of the rims:
the other rims are looking alright, it seems it only happened on this one (front right if it matters).
Between "replace immediately" or "doesn't matter", how serious is this? If it needs to be replaced, am I fine to drive another ~2 months like this before I switch to summer tires?
Edit - for reference, here are undamaged mounting holes