UNDATED – There has been a small drop in average gasoline prices in Pennsylvania during the last week.
The latest GasBuddy survey shows that the per gallon price of gas is down 2.6 cents, and it now averages $3.62 across the state.
Compared to a year ago, you are paying nearly 12 cents more per gallon, but the current price is 94 cents higher than it was two years ago.
GasBuddy’s head of petroleum analysis, Patrick De Haan, is predicting that the window on price drops may soon be closing as the price of oil increases, and we get closer to a significant refinery maintenance period ahead of summer.
GasBuddy surveys more than 5,200 stations in Pennsylvania to determine the average price.