We usually get one good snow a year and every year I take photos of the honey bee hives. I find these photos very peaceful. The ladies (all of the honey bees in the hive are female) are all snug in their hive waiting for the warm weather.
Honey bees do not hibernate. They form a cluster around the queen and the bees on the outer edge of the cluster beat their wings to generate heat. When the weather warms a bit the bees reposition themselves. The bees on the outside move into the center and the bees in the center move to the outside.