Re: Hive collapsed, colony survived, cluster now on broken combs...
Any way you cut it you have a bit of a mess on your hands. If it were my colony I'd try to get in there and fix it (by tying the combs onto the bars) on the first warmish day. But you can sure leave it and try later; if the queen isn't injured/dead, they'll rear brood in what comb they can find that's close to oriented properly. But they'll begin to repair and brace the comb as soon as they can, which'll mean more trauma when you have to again bust 'em out to fix it (though a lot less than what they've already been through).
Hazard of TBHs.
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