In just a matter of a few days, gas prices have skyrocketed. But there is some good news from the Energy Information Administration. Their outlook for the summer driving season predicts gas prices will average about $2.62 a gallon, down from current prices. But some analysts say that's optimistic and prices will top $3.00 or more. The government's projections do not include a refinery outage or a big jump in the cost of crude oil or problems caused by hurricanes.
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