When all you guys are saying "climb in the snow," do you mean with snow on the ground (I wholeheartedly agree!) or in the middle of a snow storm?
I enjoy both and have done both many times. Sometimes a snowstorm can actually make things more interesting and fun, such as when we climbed Missouri one December or Hahns Peak on January.
On the other hand, this fresh slush (and the temeratures are fairly warm) on bare rock or ice will likely be miserable and is not the ideal type of snow to climb on. There aren't impossible climbing conditions, but not ideal. That type of snow/snow cover is slick and dangerous. It is probably unconsolidated and if it is wet and "greasy", not probably much fun. I could be wrong, but that's the kind of conditions I would expect from this storm.
You likely wouldn't see much either, so if you are coming to Colorado for the views, it might be best to choose another weekend. You also have to worry about driving and everyone else on the road.
I amost always go somewhere every weekend anyway, but often choose something else closer to do. Of course if you live in Illinois, that's harder to do.
I'm slow and fat. Unfortunately, those are my good qualities.