Santa said the inclement weather would not stop him from making his all important deliveries.  He did, however, urge people who intend leaving out food for him and his reindeer to put treats and hay undercover.
Santa said the inclement weather would not stop him from making his all important deliveries. He did, however, urge people who intend leaving out food for him and his reindeer to put treats and hay undercover.

No sun for Santa in Coffs

TRY as he might – and despite our collective wishes – it seems Santa won’t be delivering a Christmas Day drenched in sunshine.

According to the man himself and the Bureau of Meteorology, more rain is on its way for the Coffs Coast and showers and occasional heavy falls are likely to persist until at least Tuesday or Wednesday next week.

Santa said that while the inclement weather might rule out a Christmas Day feast on the beach, it would not stop him from making his all important deliveries.

He did, however, urge people who intend leaving out food for him and his reindeer to put treats and hay undercover.

In return he promises to try to avoid digging up their front yards when the Santa Express lands and takes off.



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