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Gas Prices to Continue Going Down

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Good news! You probably noticed gas prices are going down.

In our area, a gallon of gas is hovering around $3. AAA advisors say because summer is over, demand is lower causing prices to drop. They say the other reason for the lower prices is most of the refineries have completed their maintenance.

But advisors warn against getting too comfortable with the low prices.

"Once again supply and demand," said Ellen Robison, AAA travel advisor. "It's going to go turnaround and go right back up again to just where it was."

AAA says the national average is around $3.25 per gallon, the lowest since December 26th last year.

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