A trough moving through New England was really sapped of its energy by Gonzalo, and as a result, it didn’t bring much rainfall to the coast. As soon as the trough hit the open ocean, and with Gonzalo well on his way to Europe, the boundary blew up. This didn’t happen far from the coast, and the new trough really started to organize. As you can see, it was active enough to spit out a wee little water spout, as you see above. You can see a full gallery at Newsworks. Fortunately, there were no injuries or issues with seafarers.