My beekeeping buddy, Rick, and I each purchased Broodminder Hive Monitoring Systems at EAS. The system includes a hive scale and 2 internal monitors, 1 for just temperature, the other for RH and temp. While I think the internal temp and RH will be most interesting in winter, Rick had what I think is a great question about treating hives with MAQS when the instructions say to use it only between 65-90º with possible queen issues above 90. Regardless of the ambient temperatures during the week, both of us are seeing our hives maintaining a consistent internal temp between 92-95, as expected. If the internal hive temperature is 95ish, what difference does the ambient temp make? It seems the internal hive temp is what is going to matter and will–during the summer–always be above 90º. Thoughts?