You know water & electricity are a bad combination, and likely figured out from the pictures above that it’s not a great idea to have your incoming service entrance cables from the hydro pole touching metal downspouts that carry water. But another very important aspect is to have “drip loops”.
Drip loops are created by leaving the incoming service entrance cables to the home’s electrical service left long enough to make a half moon shape or drip loop before they enter the weatherhead at the service mast. As its name implies, a drip loop allows any water that collects on the wires to fall off and not enter service pipe / conduit into the main disconnect / distribution panel or make contact with electrical connections.
Not sure about your house? Get it inspected!