After a few weeks of no change, retail gasoline prices fell six cents throughout the United States, bringing the price to $2.11. The 27-week average price now rests at $2.46. The largest fall was in the Midwest region, where gas plummeted 13 cents this week to hit $2.08. The Gulf Coast saw the next highest drop of only five cents. Only the Central Atlantic and Lower Atlantic regions saw no change.
Ohio had the largest fall of 21 cents among the states with gas prices at $1.97. The lowest gas prices of hte states are in Texas at $1.93, while the highest is in Washington at $2.47.