Weather in December
ushers in a definitive winter season. As the temperatures continue their downward plunge, accompanying the shortest daylight duration of the year, residents feel the holiday cheer in the frosty air. The quieting down of rainfall, coupled with the decidedly chilly weather, culminates in the transformation of the town into a winter wonderland. Despite the bitter cold, the magical holiday spirit pervades Livingston's air, heating up the frosty atmosphere.
December is marked by a subtle drop in average high-temperatures, transitioning from a frosty 44.1°F in November
to a cold 36°F. In the month of December, Livingston's average low-temperature falls to a subzero cold 18°F.
In Livingston, in December, 0.55" of precipitation is typically accumulated. Throughout the year, 15.75" of rain is accumulated.
The month with the shortest days in Livingston is December, with an average of 8h and 48min of daylight.
On the first day of the month, sunrise is at 7:42 am and sunset at 4:40 pm. On the last day of December, in Livingston, sunrise is at 8:02 am and sunset at 4:47 pm MST.