AAA: Gas prices steadily slide lower

AAA: Gas prices steadily slide lower

AAA: Gas prices steadily slide lower

Sunday's state average of $2.41 was 3 cents less than a month ago, yet 23 cents more than this time previous year.

Including the change in gas prices in Arizona during the past week, prices yesterday were 26.1 cents per gallon higher than the same day one year ago and are unchanged versus a month ago.

The national average fell by 5.4 cents per gallon, to a Sunday level of $2.51, GasBuddy said.

The most-expensive gas prices in Florida are in West Palm Beach-Boca Raton ($2.69), Naples ($2.66) and Sebastian-Vero Beach ($2.65).

The lowest price in Harker Heights on Saturday was $1.99 per gallon at Sam's Club, 600 W. Central Texas Expressway.

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According to Gasbuddy.com, gas prices have plummeted in Lawrenceville all the way down to the between $2.15 to $2.23. "Refinery maintenance season is fast approaching".

MI has seen volatile gas prices since January, while inventories in the region continue to increase, according to the auto club.

Drivers can find the least expensive gas near them by downloading the AAA app.

However, warmer weather, increased travel and upcoming spring and summer holidays could also contribute to higher prices at the pump in a few months. Last week's figures showed only minor gains in production and inventory levels. "If production slows at a high rate and/or if crude oil prices jump, these events could push pump prices back up in late February or March". In fact, last week's EIA petroleum report revealed that US oil production grew 332,000 b/d, putting total crude output at 10.271 million b/d.

With oil prices beginning to rally again, it's more likely that gasoline prices may soon reverse course as retail prices have largely caught up to last week's lowest wholesale prices. A year ago at this time, it was $2.28 a gallon.

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