Gas Prices Fall Again in Omaha?

Gas Prices Fall Again in Omaha?
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OMAHA – The price at the pump for a gallon of gas fell another 8 cents in the last week, averaging $2.32 on Monday.

The average per – gallon price in Omaha for regular unleaded was $2.40 on October 9, according to gasprices.aaa.com.

At some places around Omaha could be found lower prices of $2.12, $2.14 and $2.19 a gallon, on Monday, GasBuddy.com said.

Patrick DeHaan of GasBuddy.com said the downward price trend should continue for another week thanks to supplies outpacing demand and gas inventories continuing a slow recovery.

“While prices nationally remain higher than a year ago, we will likely continue to see improvement at the pump,” he said.

The national average was down 2 cents to $2.47 per gallon on Monday. Nebraska’s average slipped 5 cents in the past week to $2.37, and Iowa was down 2 cents to $2.40, AAA reported.

Prices for a gallon of regular unleaded a month ago and a year ago, according to gasprices.aaa.com:

A Month ago A Year ago
Omaha $2.54 $2.20
Nebraska $2.53 $2.25
Iowa $2.51 $2.20
Nationally $2.63 $2.24

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