Baltimore, MD - Mar. 13, 2023 - A low-pressure system that brought some flakes and mix to Maryland on March 12, 2023, is expected to strengthen off the coast, creating a Nor'easter, according to WMAR2News. A Nor'easter is a strong area of low pressure that rides up the east coast of the United States, bringing blizzards, coastal flooding, and high winds. This particular Nor'easter is likely to bring feet of snow to portions of New England and gusts up to hurricane strength, while Maryland is expected to see only some cold rain and gusty winds up to 50 mph.