Though forecasters expect intermittent snowfall early this week, it's "probably not looking anything like the major thing we saw a couple weeks ago," according to meteorologist Nick Austin with WRCB-TV.
Forecasters believe flurries will begin to fall late tonight, turning into rain as Monday morning wears on.
Temperatures will hover mainly in the 30s throughout Monday.
Tuesday also is expected to bring a mix of rain and snow, which will turn into snow overnight.
Tuesday night looks to be the prime period for snow accumulation as temperatures fall into the mid- to upper 20s, according to meteorologist Shawn O'Neill with the National Weather Service.
But that accumulation should amount to less than an inch in the Chattanooga area and North Georgia, although there may be as much as 4 inches in higher elevations, Austin said.
Still, said Austin, there's no complete certainty with fluctuating temperatures.
"Its hard to nail down even with a system three days ahead," Austin said. "We're just going to have to keep our eye on it."
The Chattanooga area received around 7 inches of snow during a storm that arrived Jan. 9.