This is what I've been going through lately. In the picture above, you can see the eight remaining hives in my home hard. The double stack on the middle left was my oldest hive, brought with me from Oregon, lasted for nearly 11 years. After doing a post-mortem, I left the honey to be robbed out by the other bees. The back left hive is gone also. The two tan cube hives are doing great.
There has been more snow, more snow days, more days under 20 degrees, more days under 10 degrees, and more days under 0 degrees, than any winter since I have been living here. I've lost six of 25 hives so far, and have gone days without stepping outside in several stretches.
The chickens refuse to go outside and we're down to two eggs a day.