If it EVER stops raining (sorry, Texans) and I can look at my hive again, I want to have a plan. I saw no brood last look, but I am going to be optimistic and say it was still cold and next time I will see signs of a good queen. This hive has one deep on the bottom, and 3 shallows on top of that. The plan was to let some of the shallows be brood comb. At last look, most of the bees were in the first (lowest) and 2nd shallow. I suspect that if I find brood it will be there. Top shallow has only partially drawn comb. I'm thinking I should remove the top shallow. Assuming the brood is in the other 2 shallows, should I move them to the bottom of the stack? Or will they move down into the deep on their own?