Electronics and water don't mix very well....
Short of using a true underwater case with your camera, no DSLR or lens is actually "weather sealed". At best they are "weather resistant" to help keep out dust and moisture, but there are no guarantees. Some cameras have "enhanced sealing", but are still only rated as "weather resistant".
You would be best advised to use a plastic poncho or plastic bag, at a minimum, to try to keep your gear dry... but you will still be taking a risk. One drop of water in the wrong place at the wrong time can kill your camera. So take precautions to reduce and minimize the risk, but it will still be there.
I've been caught out in a serious rainstorm with a pair of 30Ds, flashes, lenses... Did my best to cover them up with my arms and coat, but the gear and I still got pretty wet. I turned off the power to everything and removed the batteries as soon as I was able to towel off the worst outside. Then I set the gear aside to dry completely for several days, using a hair dryer on low heat to circulate air some of the time... All items came back to life and work fine.
Conversely, at a rainy Super Bowl a few years ago the pro's 1D series were dying left and right. Canon Pro Services was there supporting them... but ran out of loaner cameras. The problem was when swapping memory cards, water was getting inside the cameras.
So, I wouldn't take any more risk than necessary... I'd do whatever I can preventatively (how much does a plastic bag cost?).... And I'd have my equipment insurance up to date.