Gonna do a cut out Sunday. It's in an old barn that is being torn down starting Monday morning, they are gonna kill them if not gone by Monday. So, the weather is not great. High is only gonna be mid 50's with a low of 32 Sunday night. I guess my plan will be to go straight for the brood nest and queen and get them in the frames and box as quickly as possible, Then vacuum up the remaining bees after that. I just don't want the brood to get chilled. I need to get every bee possible in the box to cover the brood for Sunday night. They are in this wall, going in the end where the plywood is pulled away from the stud. Have no idea what to expect. How critical is temps in 50's?