I believe the best answer to be "Andy squinted in the darkness and walked headlong into the rain."
Every option offered makes it clear that it is raining. However, the question has asked us to find the one that shows it is a dark and stormy night through action. That is precisely what the third option does:
Andy squinted in the darkness and walked headlong into the rain.
The action of squinting makes it clear that darkness surrounds Andy. The night is not only dark, though, but also stormy, since Andy walks headlong into the rain. The verbs "squint" and "walk", combined with the nouns "darkness" and "rain" express, through action, that it is a dark and stormy night.
nobody can answer this if you dont show us the shapes
shakespeare was famous for writing in iambic pentameter, which is a specific way of rhyming sonnet lines in ten syllables. there are also forms of unrhymed iambic pentameter, as in macbeth, with the noble characters.