Let $X$ be a smooth complex algebraic variety and let $\overline{X}$ be a compactification by a divisor $D$ with normal crossings. Then there is a non-canonical isomorphism

\begin{equation} (1) \quad \quad \quad \quad H^k(U, \mathbb{C})=\bigoplus_{p+q=k} H^q(\bar{X}, \Omega^p_{\bar{X}}(\log D)) \end{equation}

where $\Omega^\bullet_{\bar{X}}(\log D)$ is the complex of logarithmic differentials. It is filtered by weight and you see that the weight $m$ Hodge numbers of $H^k(U, \mathbb{C})$ are

$$ \dim H^q(\bar{X}, \mathrm{Gr}^W_m \Omega^p_{\bar{X}}(\log D)) $$

for $p+q=k$. I wonder how this extend to cohomology with compact supports.

I guess in that case one should look at

$$ H^q(\bar{X}, \Omega^p_{\bar{X}}(\log D)(-D)) $$

Is there still a decomposition like (1)? If so, how to prove it?

How does one read compactly supported Hodge numbers from the picture?