-- Lori, welcome to All Things Plants!
Are your tomatoes in an area where they get "full sun" (when the sun is shining, anyway) ? How long have the plants been in the ground? They do look a little pale to me, and maybe like they've been overwatered a bit, but I think they will bounce back once the rain stops and the sun comes out. Does the soil in your raised bed drain well, so that it doesn't stay soggy? What part of the country are you in? When you planted them, was it just as deep as what they were in their pots, or did you bury part of the stem? (Burying them deeper than what they were will give them a much bigger root system and get them off to a better start.) I would say don't overthink it too much and try to do too much intervention at this point, give them a chance to adapt to their outdoor environment; but if you only recently put them out, and they were planted shallowly, you could consider gently taking them out and putting them into deeper planting holes. I hope this is somewhat helpful for you, and I imagine other people will be adding suggestions as well !