Is there a better word choice for this sentence?
Tommy folded his arms and frowned as he watched the rain fall continuously
Nothing about the sentence is incorrect, but "continuously" is a little awkward. Isn't all rain continuous?
Think about what quality of this particular rainfall you're trying to highlight, and then pick a word accordingly. Or better yet, leave off the adverb entirely and just end the sentence after fall. Overuse of modifiers tends to make writing sound amateurish.
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