Gas prices in Tennessee have continued to fall, down six cents from last week and 12 cents since last month.
Lower for the third straight week, gas prices in Tennessee are expected to continue to fall, though the rate of descent has slowed.
Continuing a pattern of ups and downs, gas prices in Tennessee dropped by five cents last week, and now sit at $2.46 per gallon for regular unleaded.
Monday’s average in Johnson City was $2.48, while Kingsport and Bristol’s average was $2.51.
Tennessee’s gas prices are on the rise, according to AAA.
Gas prices in the state of Tennessee have fallen more than 20 cents on average since last month, a welcome surprise for many as summer inches closer.
Today’s average is four cents less than the average a week ago and 13 cents less than one month ago and 22 cents less than one year ago.
Tennessee’s average gas price was $2.52 as of Tuesday, marking a 2-cent decrease since last week, a 6-cent decrease from last month and a 20-cent decrease from this time last year.
While last week marked substantial growth in gas prices and the potential for further increases, gas prices have fallen this week, down to an average of $2.54 in the state — a drop of three cents since last week.
Tennessee’s state average gas price is $2.62 per gallon for regular unleaded, representing a 4 cent increase from last week.
Tennessee’s gas prices remained steady over the last week, but are up 19 cents since mid-March and are five cents higher than April of 2018.
Tennessee gas prices have risen 2.5 cents in the past week, bringing Monday’s state average to $2.50 per gallon of regular unleaded gas, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,821 stations.
The average gas price in Johnson City stood at $2.42 per gallon while Kingsport and Bristol recorded an average of nearly $2.44 per gallon.
Tennessee gas prices have risen nearly 5 cents in the past week, according to GasBuddy analysts’ survey of more than 3,800 stations across the state.
Tennessee gas prices are continuing to rise, according to a Monday AAA report.