Sudden cold snaps, especially coupled with precipitation, can dramatically affect deer movement. I'd look for does to bed in cover with some thermal protection, such as pine, cedar, and spruce trees. And the closer to some high-quality food source these areas are, the better. Compared to what we'll get in a month or two this front is nothing severe, but remember, this is the nastiest stuff we've had in awhile and a portion of the whitetail herd will freak out and feel that winter is on the way. Bucks--especially the experienced breeders--will carry on with business as usual, checking out bedding areas and food sources until they find the next available doe.