Why yes, it is, and has been for some time. I decide whether it is raincoatrain, or umbrellarain, or gumbootrain, or rainsuitrain, not by the radio report or TV weatherperson or Environment Canada online radar. I make my decision based on what's happening in the birdbath.
It is very warm here, and is raining all the way to the tops of the local ski hills, which are scheduled to host several olympic events next month. It is too early to worry that the events will be affected, although in el nino winters such as the present, warm, snowless weather can persist. Snow has been stockpiled on the mountain tops, just in case. Humans do odd things.
That above, by the way, is umbrellarain, slightly stronger than raincoatrain.