As long as you can manage your fatigue then you should be fine. You don't need a deload if you're not burned out, so don't burn yourself out. During the 10 weeks between meets keep assistance work to a minimum and go easy on the conditioning. Focus on the main lifts and maybe a couple assistance lifts that will help you to get a bit stronger, but on that kind of schedule you can't expect any major gains.
That's one drawback of programs like 5/3/1, they are a good way to organize your training without putting too much thought into sets, reps, and weights, but there are situations (like this) where it's less than ideal.