Watch Santa cross the globe with the return of the Santa Tracker

David Carrington will be giving up time with his own young family on Christmas Eve to provide this service to others, as he tracks ‘Santa’ crossing the globe.

blow up santa

Thanks to David for this timely reminder. Ed


Local Isle of Wight weather expert, David Carrington, will be giving up his family time on Christmas Eve to track Santa on his long journey over the UK and Isle of Wight.

David said,

“In total it’s three hours. That’s three hours away from my own young family to offer this free service on Christmas Eve.

“This year is our tenth anniversary spying on Father Christmas and his loyal team of reindeer headed by Rudolf.”

The Santa Tracker
The Santa Tracker can also be used by parents to help get little ones into bed before Santa visits.

David added,

“We all know that Santa won’t stop unless he knows you are in bed fast asleep.”

The Website also offers a number of Christmas related pages, including the naughty or nice list, North Pole weather and Christmas colouring and spot the difference.

All features of the Website are now available and don’t forget to stop by on Christmas Eve, from 7pm.

Wroxall Weather’s Santa Tracker

Image: bartfields under CC BY 2.0

Monday, 21st December, 2015 11:06am

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