I got to finish going through my hives this afternoon. They didn't make much honey last year so I left supers on. I also removed queen excluders from all hives last spring. Anyway, there was one hive that was 1 deep, 1 medium, and 2 shallow supers. There was little of anything in the deep. The medium, this is 10 frame supers, had 8 frames of brood, and 2 frames of pollen and honey. The bottom shallow had 6 frames of brood and the other had 5, they both had some honey and a little free space. Mine will got to the top. They have a lot of bees, and are fixing to have a lot more. I went through 4 hives, saw 1 SHB.
We may still have a nite or two with temps below freezing, but like SC said, swarming and starving are more likely down here. I would consider checker boarding the mediums except for the brood. And I usually run double deep brood chambers. Good luck to you and your bees.