Hello, I’m a new beekeeper in the Kansas City area with two new hives, installed five days ago. For the next week, our temperatures are going to be in the low to mid 40s at night and low to mid 60s during the day. Although it’s hard to tell because the bees are all clustered together, I have reason to suspect cross-combing. But I’m afraid to open up the hive when it’s this cold, knowing how hard they work to keep it warm. So I"m wondering: at what temperature is it okay to open up the hive and do an inspection? If straightening comb is involved, it could take awhile. Does anyone know how long it takes them to build their heat back up if I were to open it, say, at 64 degrees?