The difference between a Chasid and a Litvak is as follows:
A Litvak uses his head and when the rain is coming down in wondrous sheets, he realizes he can do Tashlich a different day.
A Chasid states that rain, snow, fire, hail....nothing is going to stop him from performing the mitzvah today and doing so with the utmost joy.
Since Chasiddish and Bukharian blood flows in my veins, it's obvious which of these two categories I fall into. The Vizhnitzer Chasidim & the Lubavitcher Chasidim all gathered together by McCormick in the pouring rain and it was a party. Also, if you wash your hair in rainwater it comes out gorgeously soft to the touch (something I have realized because, of course, I would never wear a coat or a hat when there's an opportunity to go dancing in the rain.)
Shana Tova, y'all!