The combined D0 + CDF Tevatron results on the Higgs are scheduled to be announced Wednesday, but it looks like this web-page may have jumped the gun a bit, listing the new results (based on “up to 10 inverse fb”) as:
SM Higgs is excluded between 147 and 179 GeV there is a greater than 2-sigma excess observed at low mass.
The summer 2011 combination excluded at 95% the mass range 156-177 GeV, so the new results extend this slightly higher and
11 9 GeV lower. The most intriguing aspect is the “2-sigma excess at low mass”, which is about what you might expect them to be seeing if there really is a 125-6 GeV Higgs as the LHC data suggests. In the H->b bbar channel that the Tevatron is most sensitive to (and that the LHC is not sensitive to) the expected signal is very wide, not allowing much of a fix on the Higgs mass (see Resonaances for more of an explanation of this).
Details to appear Wednesday, at
Update: Matt Strassler has written a long posting to provide context and caveats for these results here.
Update: Results described here a couple days ago now official (2.2 sigma). Details at the usual recommended places (Dorigo, Gibbs, Jester, Strassler). I’m teaching a class, then off on a plane…