A light covering of snow lies on the grass on the Montana State University-Northern campus. Steady morning rain turned into snow, heavy at times, Wednesday, although it had pretty well stopped by noon. National Weather Service reports that its recording station at the Havre City-County Airport only recorded a trace of snow, but some areas in Havre had a light covering despite most melting as it hit the ground. The temperatures have dropped in the region, with Havre reporting a high of 49 early Wednesday morning and a low of 31 at the airport at 11:50 p.m. More snow - and high winds Friday - are expected in Montana over the weekend starting tonight, although the heavier snowfall is expected south and west of this area. Temperatures are expected to stay chilly with highs in the 20s and 30s Saturday and Sunday and lows in the teens in this region, with expected snow accumulations from 3.5 inches in Harlem to 4.5 inches in Havre, 6.5 inches in Chester and up to 8 inches or more in Big Sandy. Snow is not expected early next week.