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Gas Prices May Continue to Drop

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This weekend is going to be busy with the most memorial day travelers since the recession hit.

AAA says 1.7 million more people will be looking to vacation-most likely fueled by our bitterly cold winter. And among those tens of millions of drivers are many people around the state looking to soak up some time at the lake.
"It can be pretty busy, traffic, it is not too bad yet, but about tomorrow, it will pick up," says traveler, Blake Montzka. 
While many people we talked to at the gas station say prices are high today, the current national gas price average has dropped to $3.64 a gallon and they're expected to fall more as the holiday nears.
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