Track jolly ole’ Saint Nick.
He's coming to town...and you can see exactly when!
By now, he should be shooting across the sky somewhere.
If you’re reading this in the morning, maybe he’s over the Pacific Ocean, racing over to New Zealand where Christmas arrived a just a little bit ago. Then the big man will make his way over to Australia, then up to Japan and Asia and while he’s yelling “on Donner and Blitzen” he’s on to Africa.
Once again, as it’s done since the 1950s, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) will once again be tracking one Mr. Santa Claus as he makes his way around the globe to deliver presents and goodies to all the good little girls and boys. (You were good this year, right? He knows. He totally knows.)
But maybe the globe just isn’t local enough for you.
Luckily, the Indiana Department of Transportation is keeping tabs on jolly old Saint Nick once he arrives in the Hoosier state.
He’s scheduled to hit the Seymour area around 6 p.m. and then Fort Wayne at 7 p.m.
Want to know how close he is with that — fingers crossed — retro Nintendo video game console everyone beat themselves up over trying to get? Just go ahead and check out the INDOT website and the plethora of social media pages they have set up for this little endeavor. If you need super-duper local, INDOT Northeast has got you covered.
And if you’re heading out this morning and afternoon to visit family and friends, be sure to be safe.
Use those websites to check the roads you’ll be traveling.
It might make everything a bit more merry.
For more fun Santa facts, check out: http://noradsanta.wikia.com/wiki/About_Santa_-_FAQs