I was hoping for more feedback
I suppose that you have winter there and bees shoud be in peace.
If they have food and you feed now it cause only harm to hive.
If it is necessay to feed it must be 60% syrup. 1:1 gives harmful moisture to the hive. They are not capable to cap syrup, it takes moisture from air and it start to ferment.
You should first weight with hand the hive and feel do bees have food enough. If you do not believe, open the inner cover and look if you see capped food on the top of frames and on side frames. As long they have food, there is no reason to feed. In nature they get no food this time.
You can compare empty hive box and your hive, what is difference. There is about 6 lbs bees in the hive.
The aim is that you feed them at autumn full of sugar and then let them be in peace untill to February or to March. - I do not know where you live but on northern hemisphere I suppose.
I live at same level 60 longitude as Anchorage in Alaska. Hives have enough food to survive from September to May without feeding.
When I disturbed bees a couple of weeks ago and I measure the temperature it rised to 43 C, then after 4 hours it was 32C and next morning 23C. Out temperature was -10C. - Not usefull at all.