Gas Prices Expected To Drop 50 Cents By Summer

NEW YORK (AP) - Analysts say expect there to be some relief at the gas pump, just in time for summer vacation. Experts say gas prices could drop nearly 50 cents a gallon.

After rocketing up 91 cents since January, including 44 straight days of increases, the national average has stopped just shy of $4 a gallon and has retreated to under $3.98. A steady decline is expected to follow.