Someone informs me:
I think it's going to rain.
I check the weather Service and I find the forecast includes rain. I want to share this additional information with the person who informed me. I could say:
The forecast actually/indeed says it's going to rain.
But I feel actually or indeed suggests this is obvious to me, the person is therefore providing useless information, and what I'm actually saying is like:
Oh really? The forecast indeed says it's going to rain.
How can I say it with emphasizing instead the information was useful, it led me to check the forecast, and I'm now able to share an additional information that can be useful too? I'd like to keep a short sentence.