Temperature guidelines when opening up hives?
Okay, I'm a little confused. I understand that brood needs to stay between 90-95 degrees, and that warmer days are better for going in and doing hive inspections. But, unfortunately, we keep getting crummy days here in Oregon and I am not sure what "minimum outdoor temperature" I should use as a guideline for myself about going into the hive. Is 50 degrees bad? I know some people go into hives in winter, so maybe I'm overthinking this but I am still new and not very quick at hive work so I don't want to chill them.
Background: Kenyan TBH and next hive inspection goal is to go in and do a little bar rearrangement to make sure they're drawing straight comb + checking to make sure my installed queen is laying.
Second year beekeeper with two Kenyan Top Bar Hives.