While the National Weather Service has backed off on arrival time and moisture amounts, a winter-like storm still is forecast for the region over the weekend.
The forecast this morning for Havre calls for a 50 percent chance of rain or snow starting Friday night, with a chance of snow after midnight and possible accumulations of less than an inch.
The forecast high for Friday is 38 degrees, with a high of 32 Saturday and a 20-percent chance of snow.
Forecast lows Friday and Saturday are for around 15.
The forecast for Havre calls for temperatures to drift up to the high 30s and the 40s Sunday through early next week with no precipitation predicted, with partly sunny skies and a high near 51 forecast for Wednesday.
The forecast is similar for much of the Golden Triangle near Havre.
Earlier this week, the long-range forecast called for slightly colder temperatures and snow accumulations from 1 to 4 inches, and 4- to 8-inch accumulation in the mountains.
The weekend forecast now calls for possible 1- to 3-inch accumulations of snow in the mountains.