U.S. retail gas prices are still dropping, but they are falling much more slowly this week, dropping only 2 cents. Monday saw U.S. gas prices as $1.98. The 27-week average price is now $2.91.
The Midwest region saw prices increase this week. Prices increased 2 cents, bringing the average price to $1.92, still one of the lowest across the U.S.
The Central Atlantic region saw the largest decrease in prices at 9 cents. Prices in the region average $2.31, still the highest in the U.S. The West Coast region also saw a larger drop this week, falling 8 cents.
New York saw the largest drop in prices as a state with prices falling 11 cents to $2.38. Seattle, Wash., saw a 10 cent price reduction, with prices landing at $2.27.
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