MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A western Wisconsin tradition will go on mostly as planned, despite the cold weekend weather ahead.

The Hudson Hot Air Affair, which is in its 32nd year, is this weekend.

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Because of COVID-19, pilots will be flying solo this year, with no passengers. About 20 hot air balloons will launch from different sites around Hudson on Saturday and Sunday at 8 a.m. Because of the bitter cold weather, Saturday Night’s drive-thru Balloon blow and candle stick was canceled.

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However, other events will continue as planned.

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