Delta 1889 was forced to make an emergency landing last Friday (August 7th, 2015) after being battered by hail in a severe thunderstorm.
The picture in the news shows the two leading segments of the windshield have been ruined and will need to be replaced. The nose cone of the jet has been caved in. Zooming in suggests that the sheet metal ruptured where it made contact with whatever it behind it. If that's the case I'm assuming it's too damaged to just have the dents pulled out and will also need to be replaced.
Beyond the obvious damage, what else will need to be looked at before the plane is able to resume normal operations?