Over on Kringle Radio the news guys have made mention that Christmas Eve day is now dawning in the South Pacific. In fact, many more areas of the world crossed the line into Christmas Eve day in the past hour.
We track things early because of these areas of the world. They will be the first to see Santa and they need to know what is going on. That makes things a little weird for a lot of the kids out west. After all, for many of them Christmas Eve day is still a full day away.
There are elves in the tracking department that specialize in “time”. They know what time it is in any part of the world. They do important work for Santa because some times Santa needs to not only know where a place is but what time it is specifically there.
— Elf Ernest
Click here to Visit the Tracking Center ~ Click here to Track Santa by Text
North Pole Weather: -20 degrees F, *** Overcast, High Winds *** **BLIZZARD WARNING**
Where it is Christmas Eve: Sapporo, Seoul, Pyongyang, Tokyo, Guam, Yakutsk, Port Moresby, Brisbane, Vladivostock, Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney, Port Vila, Majuro, Magadan, Suva, Wellington, Nukualofa, Kiritimati, Samoa
Bedtime Warnings: None yet
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