This is common and it contributes to swarming. One option is to remove the frames of nectar and honey, extract them and put them back. Another option is to swap out the frames with foundation or drawn comb and put the nectar/honey frames in the freezer for later use. I have been doing a mix of both methods which gives me new drawn combs as well as stores for overwintering if they come up short. If you swap out frames with foundation, be sure to "checkerboard" them with frames that are already drawn out.
On a flow, they will become "nectar bound" very quickly, so you have to keep on top of it. Unfortunately, they don't always store the honey in the supers as we would like them to. J