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NORAD: Where is Santa Claus right now 2016? New York, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago coming soon

It’s Christmas Eve 2016 and Santa Claus is on his way to your house.

Where is Santa right Now 2016 Google Earth? We have live updates here tonight on Santa’s journey so visit back to see where is Santa right now and what time he will be at your house tonight.

Or you can check out Santa’s progress on Google Earth here.

He’s traveling the world and heading to the United States and Europe right now. He will make stops throughout the United States, including New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles and everywhere in between.

As of the latest update he is steadily making his way toward the United States and has delivered more than 3 billion gifts. He should in the United States before midnight tonight.

Early this morning he was in Russia, delivering millions of gifts while making his way around the world. Santa is expected to reach the East Coast of the United States, including cities of New York, Philadelphia and Boston by about 11 p.m. tonight. Altanta in the South should be visited by midnight to 1 a.m.

Santa UPDATES

*Santa is in Ireland at 6:07 p.m. and making progress toward the United States and Europe.

*3:47 p.m. Santa just left Slovenia and is heading toward Serbia.

*3 p.m. Santa just left South Africa and has delivered almost three billion gifts. He is on track to reach the United States and Europe before midnight tonight.

*at 7:48 a.m. central Santa was in Australia, near the city of Dawin, and had  delivered more than 850 million gifts.

*At 9 a.m. central Santa is in the Phillipines and has delivered 1.2 billion gifts.

You can find out where is Santa Claus right now by visiting the NORAD Santa tracker 2016 here. He is expected to reach the United States East Coast at about 10 p.m. tonight.

If you want to find Santa on Google Maps, you can visit here. These two systems track a little differently but it’s the same Santa journey — you can get a good estimate from them. Just be sure to be in your bed early enough tonight to make sure.

Santa tracker began in 1955 when a local media advertisement directed children to call Santa direct – only the number was misprinted. Instead of reaching Santa, the phone rang through to the Crew Commander on duty at the Continental Air Defense Command Operations Center. Thus began the tradition, which NORAD carried on since it was created in 1958.