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Local Gas Prices Not Expecting An Impact From Hurricane Dorian

September 7th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

The summer driving season ended on a high note for local motorists as prices at the pump continued their decline. Although demand for gasoline remains high, prices will most likely continue to drop over the next few weeks and months as the switchover to winter-blend gasoline, a less expensive blend, occurs. Local drivers can also breathe a sigh of relief with Hurricane Dorian moving into the Atlantic, as its impact should not affect gas prices in the Northeast region of the country.

 The gas price average in Maryland today is $2.41, which is down respectively five cents in the last week, 23 cents in the last month and is 41 cents lower than on this date last year.

 Today’s national gas price average is $2.57, down respectively a penny in the last week, 13 cents in the last month and 28 cents compared to last year.

CURRENT AND PAST GAS PRICE AVERAGES 

Regular Unleaded Gasoline

 

Today

Week Ago

Month Ago

Year Ago

National

$2.57

$2.58

$2.70

2.85

Maryland

$2.41

$2.46

$2.64

$2.82

Annapolis

$2.34

$2.38

$2.58

$2.79

Baltimore

$2.35

$2.40

$2.59

$2.80

Cumberland

$2.62

$2.67

$2.82

$2.95

Frederick

$2.39

$2.45

$2.64

$2.82

Hagerstown

$2.50

$2.52

$2.63

$2.88

Salisbury

$2.31

$2.35

$2.51

$2.78

Washington Suburbs

(MD only)

$2.56

$2.62

$2.76

$2.90

 

 

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