I've never had any problems with my mobile connector and rain. But I'm currently at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and I'm reading all these news articles that Sacramento is getting a "ten year storm" and that there will be a ton of flooding. My car is parked outside, plugged in with the mobile charger on the ground underneath the car. I do this to minimize water hitting it in case it rains. I would not have expected a massive storm to dump 6-8" of rain in my absence. The outlet is (should be) ground fault protected so I'm not worried about a short there, but does anyone know if the mobile connector can survive being submerged? I have never seen my parking lot flood but I have also never seen 6-8" of rain in Sacramento and assume based on my elevation that it is possible.