The world won’t end on Jan. 1 with a Y2K-related computer crash, but Americans should be ready for short-term disruptions ranging from higher gas prices to local power outages, a Senate panel said Wednesday.

With 100 days left before computers run up against the year 2000 date, federal agencies and the national infrastructure are in solid shape, but seven states remain in the “danger zone” with less than 70 percent of computer systems ready, the Y2K panel said in its final report.