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Does Santa overheat while visiting with kids in the desert?

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GLENDALE, Ariz. -

It feels like Christmas in most parts of the country, but here in Arizona it's still shorts weather.

Wednesday, we tied a record for a high, and it wasn't until Thursday that temperatures started to slowly move away from the 80s.

So what does it feel like for Santa, who is all bundled up in that red coat and pants and his winter hat, to be working out in this valley weather?

We asked him at Westgate in Glendale.

"The heat is barely noticeable. we are having so much fun at Westgate that you don't even notice it, you come out its a glorious day," he said.

Remember, he's used to North Pole weather.

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