With the summer travel months only weeks away, Wyoming remains one of 10 states nationally with gasoline prices lower than $3.36 per gallon, according to the Fuel Gauge report from AAA Auto Club. Prices in the surrounding Rocky Mountain States have climbed in the past week despite the national trend moving downward. AAA says Wyoming’s current average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in the Cowboy State is $3.353 per gallon, more than 16¢ lower than the national average. At the same time, the average of prices reported by Motor Trend in Jackson Hole is $3.431 per gallon while the average in nearby Teton Valley, Idaho is $3.569. Meanwhile, the US Energy Information Administration projects that gasoline prices will remain below last summer’s level through the tourist season ahead.