I did my first inspection today here in NH. I found the queen, saw plenty of eggs and capped brood, there is also still a lot of capped honey left in the hive. The question i have relates to the room left for the queen to lay in the upper hive, there isnt any (or very little).... It still gets into the upper 30's here at night so I don't know if I should reverse the hives or add another deep with drawn comb for now. I don't want to add empty frames because there is no flow on so I don't think they will draw it out. but if I can reverse should i open the frames of honey up so that they can move it easier or will they uncap it on their own.

Thanks