Temperatures aren't the only thing climbing this summer.
Gas prices are rising at a record pace right now and some believe the national average could jump to $3.00 a gallon during vacation season.
The price of crude oil has doubled in the last 4 months.
And if it feels like gas prices are going up every day, that's because they are.
Monday was the 48th day in a row that fuel prices jumped.
Analysts say the U.S. oil refineries are running about seven percent below normal for this time of year, due mostly to a low demand for fuel.
The refiners are working at reduced levels to try and maximize their profits during the summer driving season.