In fall we reduced the hive to two deep supers -- one full of honey and the other maybe 30%, I'm guessing 80 pounds all together(?) -- then the inner cover on top of those with a medium super on top with sugar water (last filled mid November). Fall was very mild for us in Utah until around Christmas, since then it's rarely been above freezing -- mostly around 0 degrees F overnight and 15-20 daytime. We kept thinking when a warm spell came along we'd put some candy in the hive to replace the sugar water. But it hasn't warmed for a month. It's only reached the 30s a few times so we haven't dared do anything to the hive. Should we be worried or just wait out the cold till it's warm enough to start adding sugar water again? Should warm up enough by March 1 (usually a few weeks earlier than that but this has been an unusually cold winter in Utah). Incidentally, we had 18% mite infestation in the fall and treated with apiguard. They're still alive with lots of dead outside the hive and lots of poop streaks around the entrance hole but folks in the forum said that's likely just winter behavior. Just not sure if we can do anything else to bolster the bees at this point or just wait out the cold and see what happens? Thanks for any advice.