Future climate change scenarios are usually hypothesized using simulations from weather generators. However, there only a few works comparing and evaluating promising deep learning models for weather generation against classical approaches. This study shows preliminary results making such evaluations for the multisite precipitation synthesis task. We compared two open-source weather generators: IBMWeathergen (an extension of the Weathergen library) and RGeneratePrec, and two deep generative models: GAN and VAE, on a variety of metrics. Our preliminary results can serve as a guide for improving the design of deep learning architectures and algorithms for the multisite precipitation synthesis task.