I have ordered some packages and queens to be delivered in early April. However, I have some questions because of the weather and am curious if my thinking is correct. Last week the south and east coast had a major cold snap and freeze. I don't know where my packages are being made, but how does this effect package production. I know it takes 40 days to have a sexually mature drone, and 50 degree nights to start major egg laying by the queen. Will these recent events affect package production. As I have watched the weather, Florida and California( Hawaii also) have areas of warm nights, but are there adequate drones to get well mated queens. Will hives make queens even if there are no drones available to mate? Other things I haven't thought of?