UNDATED -- A state climatologist says we just completed a winter of a lifetime, but not for cold and snow.

Mark Seely says the heart of winter, December, January and February finished in the top 5% of warmest winters all-time historically.  He says that means it may be a "once in a lifetime" winter for many of us.

Seely says 75-80% of days over those three months had above average temperatures. But, he says it's unclear what the mild winter will mean for us this summer.