Yes, butterflies can fly in the rain.
However, heavy rain can make it difficult for them to fly and may cause them to seek shelter.
Butterflies have tiny scales on their wings that help to keep them dry and maintain the structural integrity of their wings.
These scales also help to reduce surface tension and allow the butterfly to fly through the rain without getting waterlogged.
Despite their adaptations, butterflies may still have difficulty flying in heavy rain or strong winds and may seek shelter until the weather improves.