I have a hive that even though it was a captured swarm from one of my two beginning hives from last year, has managed to become a phenomenal hive. 17of 20 frames were full of brood on one inspection and they are working on their third super in one of the worst droughts Oklahoma has endured. My question is will using a bee escape and waiting 48 hours 'til the supers clear cause a major meltdown? One of my hives was robbed out and when I went in to clean it up because they managed to save their honey even tho there were very few bees left. In just over 24 hours with 110 degree temps the frames with honey were disintegrating-dropping huge wads of honey on the hive bottom. Will the same thing happen if I use a bee escape and there are no bees left to fan and cool the supers of honey.