AAS, just refer back to my fit from two pages back for an example of shoes that can stand up to a bit of rain. C&J Exmoors with storm-welted Dainite soles. Built like a brick shithouse.
You know, it does nothing but rain in England, and there are puddles everywhere. (Even the word "puddle" is quintessentially English.) So of course, if you want a shoe that can resist a spot of poor weather, you simply have to go British.
I also have a pair of Loake 1888 Bedales which I will trot out for inclement weather. Not exactly dress footwear though.