So I seem to hear/read a bit about moisture in the top bar hives, but it seems to pertain to winter worries. I am wondering about moisture in the hives now. THough we have had a wet and cool spring, and there is a possibility that some water may be getting into the hive (if it is raining pretty much horizontally), it doesn't seem likely. It also doesn't seem to be the case today, for example, when it didn't rain. I went into the hives to check on the sugar water today, which I have been feeding them for the last week or so with the pretty daily rain. They have been feeding about 3 cups per hive every couple days. I could see quite a bit of condensation on our plexi-window before going in, but when I opened it, there was water dripping from the top of the top bar I picked up to open up. It seems likely that it is condensation if it is dripping from the top and not rain coming in from the sides... So, what should I do? Ventilate it? Pull out the bottom board during the day to air it out? Nothing? Should I stop the sugar water? I hear that increases moisture...Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, as always!!! Thank you!