TOLEDO - It seems Toledoâ??s cheap gas streak has come to an end, according to GasBuddy.com.
After last weekâ??s drop in gas prices, one gallon of regular gasoline is up 22 cents.
At $3.47 per gallon, todayâ??s prices are still lower lower than this day one year ago, which was $3.64 per gallon.
Toledoâ??s average is right in line with national prices. The 3-month price chart reveals gas prices dipped to its lowest at the end of September.
"Gasoline prices continue to move lower nationally as we've now officially moved into fall," said GasBuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan.
"Looking forward, we're likely to see additional relief at pumps in the months ahead, and it's quite possible that by the time we're observing Thanksgiving that gasoline prices will be twenty or more cents per gallon lower. Californian motorists will see among the larger decreases in the week ahead as refinery issues have become barely visible in the rear view, which has led to a dramatic downward shift in wholesale gasoline prices," DeHaan said.
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