Re: Help Needed!! I have Queen Cells in My Super
You will need better opinions from local and/or beeks in your temperate zone, but I think you would be playing "against the house" this late for splits unless, you have a strong enough amount of bees and two laying queens that can get you enough winter bees and a stable hive going through an Ohio winter.
Here in N Texas, I'd probably be pushing it trying to make splits this late, but have the angle of warmer days into November than I suspect you will. In your shoes, I'd likely try to order a laying queen as to get a layer in there quicker and plan my splits for Spring, (after confirming you are indeed queen less) See any Eggs? queen? and where where the queen cells, mid upper frame or near/ on the bottom of frames?
I'd remove the QE in any event as to not have a queen trapped in the super with no exit.
I think this late in summer, I'd have put the super on the bottom and new brood box on top sans the QE, You can remove the super in early Spring when the bees are in the top box, basically doing a box reversal.
I yield to beeks with better knowledge of your climate of coarse, but I'd want to get that hive up and ready for winter and plan for Spring to expand, not sure you have time to hatch a queen, get her mated and then wait the days for new bees.
Good luck in any event.
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