46 Degrees and Windy/Inspector Showed Up
Yesterday, the high temperature here was 46 degrees and it was windy. My wife let me know that the apiary inspector had showed up. From his notes I see that there were no problems whatsoever and strong numbers in both of my two hives. While I'm pleased with the information from someone with much more expertise than myself, I'm surprised/concerned about having had my hives opened up given the weather conditions. I wasn't there to see what exactly was done. For those of you with more experience, would this concern you? I'm especially curious about any problems that might arise from chilled brood. What should I look for if I get a good day, and within what time frame?