I have been waiting for this report.
But, barring last-minute surprises, it seems certain that the former UN weapons inspector will have to tell the intelligence committees of both houses of Congress on Thursday that as of this moment, he has found no weapons.
Mr Kay is reported to believe that Saddam Hussein might have been bluffing, pretending to possess them in an attempt to fend off invasion.
The White House will stress that these are interim findings – they do not settle the issue of whether or not weapons of mass destruction existed before the war.
But after three months of work, it is fair to say that they are not the findings the Bush administration wanted or expected to see.