I'm a new beek here in FL, and I'm not sure when it's right to add another super. We use one deep box and from the beginning of June to the beginning of July I added 3 supers. In late July (a month ago) I was able to pull 9 honey frames but they were from 2 different boxes. I put both boxes back on, leaving three still. Since then we have had a lot of afternoon rains, and a lot of humidity. Yesterday I inspected and the brood box was boiling up with bees and packed with brood and all three supers had a lot of uncapped honey but only a couple frames in each box were fully capped. Because of the crowding in the brood box and my previous experience with swarming due to crowding I decided to add 2 empty frames in the brood box and added a 4th super. But now I'm not sure that adding a super was right. Will this just delay them capping off the honey in the other 3 or is it possible they are not capping it due to the humidity? With all the capped brood I saw, the population is likely to continue to increase and I wanted to make sure they had room to work. Thanks for any advice you can give.