After yesterdays update I have "Warning, newer than core" messages

So… updated yesterday. No issues.
Today, updating I get this:

:: Synchronizing package databases...
 core                                                                                                               135,3 KiB  1933 KiB/s 00:00 [----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------] 100%
 extra                                                                                                             1649,6 KiB  2,54 MiB/s 00:01 [----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------] 100%
 community                                                                                                            4,9 MiB  2,87 MiB/s 00:02 [----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------] 100%
 multilib                                                                                                           160,0 KiB  4,59 MiB/s 00:00 [----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------] 100%
 endeavouros                                                                                                         11,5 KiB  0,00   B/s 00:00 [----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
warning: gnutls: local (3.6.13-1) is newer than core (3.6.12-1)
warning: linux: local (5.5.13.arch2-1) is newer than core (5.5.13.arch1-1)
warning: linux-headers: local (5.5.13.arch2-1) is newer than core (5.5.13.arch1-1)
warning: linux-lts: local (5.4.28-2) is newer than core (5.4.28-1)
warning: linux-lts-headers: local (5.4.28-2) is newer than core (5.4.28-1)
warning: openssl: local (1.1.1.f-1) is newer than core (1.1.1.e-1)
 there is nothing to do

…What’s going on here? was there a downgrade announced that I missed? Everything seems to work, so my plan is to just keep updating until these packages “catch up” again. Unless someone can give me a good reason not to.

Have you tried sudo pacman -Syyu?

Sounds like a mirror problem, probably temporary.
I’d try @Bryanpwo’s suggestion.
If that doesn’t help, try reflector-simple to fix mirrors.

Or in TTY3
sudo pacman -Syy
sudo pacman -Syu
systemctl reboot

Did that before submitting this. I’ll just let it ride, everything works.

Edit: No complaints today; Servers must have caught up with themselves…

I have an alias that automatically changes the mirror list to the 10 most recent updated mirrors in Sweden and / or Germany.

Today I had some issues getting updates from github. Issues were temporary, and now all seems to work again.

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