How You Can ‘Track’ Santa Sunday Night

You can follow Santa on a map and totally blow your kids minds using this authentic, US Defense System website, and hear Christmas tunes too!

By nowproducerdave on December 22, 2017
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It’s that time of the year, and if your kids are begging to watch for and track Santa, here’s one way you can get that done. NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) will be keeping an eye on Mr. Christmas himself, and following him throughout the country. They have the experience to keep up with him too, they’ve been doing it since 1955. The website it, and they even have a Christmas music playlist, as well as weather conditions for both the North Pole, and for your town. Tracking will begin around 2am Eastern Time on Sunday morning, which will be about 11pm Saturday night. 11pm our time is early Christmas morning in other parts of the world, so that makes perfect sense.

At the Air Force base in Colorado, you will actually be able to call their number, 1-877-Hi-NORAD, and someone answering the phone will actually tell you exactly where he is at that time. That will begin after 6am (ET) on Sunday. You can also e-mail for text-based updates. There are also a number of social media accounts, an app, Amazon Alexa, and even GM’s OnStar system will give you updates.

What will you do when the trackers show Santa close to your house? Does that make it bedtime for your kiddos?

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