Got into Denver about 1530 local time, and was met with 40* temps and rain.
Took almost an hour to get our rental car. The agent told us there had been some bad hailstorms in the last week, and a lot of the rental car fleets had half their stock in the shop being repaired. The daughter-in-law confirmed this, saying a few older malls sustained so much damage that they'd most likely be torn torn rather than repaired.
About 30 miles North of DIA, the rain turned to sleet, and then to snow. I've driven in this stuff before, so it didn't bather me too much, but the wife was white-knuckled until we got to the hotel.
Called the kids, and then ordered some pizza to take with us for dinner.
The dogs went completely bonkers when they saw us, as expected, and I got to meet little Noah tonight.
We left their place about 2130, and the snow had tapered off quite a bit.
The Denver Tee Vee stations are in "ZOMG!!! SNOWMAGEDDON!!!" mode, predicting up to 7" overnight.
It's 2245 here, and I'm trashed from the flight and the drive.