Installed my very first package(Italian) on Wednesday evening at 70 degrees. Went very well. Gave the hive a light tap at midnight and it exploded with buzzing. Next morning,50 degrees and raining. Tap and nothing. Friday,50 and rain......tap and nothing. Friday night,drilled a small hole in the hive an inserted a meat thermometer....58 degrees and quiet. Pulled out the boardman feeder and could see some bees on the bottom of the frames and they were real lethargic. Saturday and it warmed up to 70 degrees and the hive came alive with activity. Workers were very busy dragging out the dead from shipping. Did not find any that were foraging,but they did drain the boardman. Also has a top feeder. Hive temperature stayed at around 95 degrees all day. For the next five days it will be very cool.Lows in the low 40's and highs in the upper 50's. Will the cool temps cause these new bees to stay clustered and not feed? They are on foundation only....no comb. I don't want to open the hive and add any stress till it warms up and stays warm next weekend. I'm sure the queen cage won't bother much in that time period and I know the queen is out because when I removed the cork.....there was no candy! All I could do was to hang it on the frame and immediately pour the package on her and close up the hive. Today(Sunday morning) the hive was at 72 degrees. Should I worry?