Well I'm a little late, but been meaning to post this just in case anyone is interested or wanted to add stats for their area. Another very warm winter with very little wintry weather. Overall, I believe it was officially the warmest Dec-Feb period on record at GSP.
Dec - the closest to average. 45.6 which was + 1.6. Only 10 nights below freezing with a low of just 22 for the month. 11 days with a high below 50 (lowest 35) with one day above 70. 10 above 60.
Jan - 48.7 which was +6.5. Just 10 nights below freezing with a low of 16. Just 7 days with high below 50 (all of them before the 11th) with 2 days only reaching 32 (snow). 6 Days over 70 with a high of 78. 13 days over 60!
Feb - 53.9 which was +8.2 (one of the warmest of all-time). Only 1 day with a high below 50 (46)! Whopping 11 days with highs above 70 with a high of 81! 24 days 60 or above! Only 6 nights below freezing with a low of 26.
For the 3 month total - +16.3. Only 26 nights below freezing with 2 days not getting above. Lowest temp of 16. Only 19 days with a high below 50! 18 days of 70 or higher (let that sink in). 47 days reaching 60 or higher (out of 90, more than half).
This isn't counting Nov or March, and this is GSP data, which is often a little warmer than surrounding places, but obviously a historically warm winter in the upstate. We were lucky to get the one snow for sure (officially 3.6 inches for the season). Pretty humbling stuff! How about your city?