The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is helping kids and their parents keep track of when will Santa find his way to the Tri-State with the return of their appropriately named, Santa Tracker.

INDOT announced the return of the Tracker, which will be in its third year of keeping tabs on Jolly Ol' St. Nick as he makes his way around the Hoosier State, in a press release Tuesday afternoon.

Tracking begins at 5:00 p.m. Evansville time on Christmas Eve. Based on a map provided with the press release, INDOT believes Mr. Claus will enter the southeast corner of the state first and head north along the border with Ohio before cutting across the northern part of the state. He will then head south along the Illinois border toward the Tri-State, meaning our corner of Hoosier country will be his last stop before moving out of the state.

You and your children can keep track of Santa's travels through the INDOT Facebook and Twitter feeds using #SantaStopsIN.

[Source: Indiana Department of Transportation]