Elf Billy “White Shoes” Mancini says they are tracking active weather systems on every continent. The hard part of dealing with the weather comes for Santa in landing the sleigh. When he reaches a home he has to navigate trees, chimneys, antennas and other vertical obstacles and that can be difficult enough. But when rain is falling, winds are blowing and snow and ice pile it the job of maneuvering a sleigh is especially difficult.
“That’s why we need as many elves out there as we can — tracker elves, of course.” Elf Roger Star, Santa’s International Head of Santa Trackers of SantaTrackers.net. “The weather changes constantly. We need elves out there in every neighborhood to report on conditions so that Santa can safely land.”
Perhaps Santa knew the weather was going to be so bad that he asked for 4 million new tracker elves this year.
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