Be watching early afternoon, they might not venture out early morning, but come noontime until dark some will start moving.
Seen this many times. A short cold front like this barely slows them down and they can wait it out.
I remember one Thanksgiving am, I was hunting with sleet and snow in the forecast. Had deer at the feeder early, then it started a hard sleet, hard like burn your arm kind. Watched every one of those deer walk into the oak trees and bed on the down wind side, right there in front of me. The trees blocked a great amount of the falling sleet, combined with the way the wind was blowing. About half curled up and put their nose under a rear leg, was really neat to watch since I always wondered.
As soon as it was over, they where back up.