I have a colony that swarm into several stored supers last spring and have been there every since. The super had frames but no comb so the comb is probably all over the place. The are in the top 2 supers only and did not move down the stack of stored supers. I have already been there and placed a board underneath the twp supers to keep them from moving down. So I am ready to move them. Is today a good day to do that? It is about 39 F here now and the temp should not be any lower by 5 when I plan to move them. I have to move them about 5 miles in the back of a truck and place them on a bottom board with a hive body on top of the two suppers. That hive body will have frames with foundation. As the queen and brood move up I am going to put a queen excluder under the hive body when I can catch her up there so she cannot get back down. Then as the brood hatches and those frames lower become empty I will remove them them and cut out the comb and start over with those supers. So would the temps now be OK to move them?