The rain may be a blessing, but most people don't like getting stuck in it for too long.
The Hebrew word for to get stuck is לְהִתָּקַע listen and repeat.
Using the above example:
I got stuck in the rain.
להיתקע is a נפעל variety of the active-simple verb, לִתְקוֹעַ listen and repeat - to insert, to thrust, to stick.
הַיֶּלֶד כִּמְעַט תָּקַע אֶת הָאֶצְבַּע בַּשֶּׁקַע.
The boy almost stuck his finger in the socket.
And to say, I'm stuck, it's:
אֲנִי תָּקוּעַ listen and repeat when the speaker is a male (as in this classic Israeli comedy routine)
אֲנִי תְּקוּעָה listen and repeat when the speaker is a female.