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AAA Weekly Fuel Gage

AAA Weekly Fuel Gauge

MADISON, Wis., (December 2, 2019) – Following a busy holiday long weekend that saw 49 million Americans traveling on roadways, gas prices across the country saw minimal fluctuation, with most states seeing decreases on the week. The national gas price average is one penny cheaper than last Monday at $2.58. Today’s average is three cents cheaper than last month, but 12 cents more expensive than last year at this time.

Gasoline stocks have steadily increased the past few weeks as gasoline demand has started to slow. This trend is creating cheaper gas prices for the majority of motorists.

On the week, there is minimal volatility at pumps across the Great Lakes and Central region. Gas prices in the region saw low volatility due to an increase in refinery rates and a substantial build (1.6 million bbl) in gasoline stocks, according to EIA data. Total stocks sit at 48 million bbl and are poised to continue increasing, leading to cheaper gas prices in December.

  Monday Sunday Week Ago Month Ago One Year Ago
National $2.589 $2.591 $2.590 $2.610 $2.467
Wisconsin $2.415 $2.416 $2.392 $2.407 $2.350
Appleton $2.328 $2.330 $2.270 $2.337 $2.290
Eau Claire $2.528 $2.535 $2.516 $2.539 $2.443
Green Bay $2.322 $2.324 $2.305 $2.373 $2.343
Janesville-Beloit $2.383 $2.382 $2.373 $2.298 $2.395
La Crosse $2.426 $2.427 $2.477 $2.472 $2.336
Madison $2.384 $2.385 $2.340 $2.354 $2.327
Milwaukee $2.378 $2.375 $2.317 $2.297 $2.244
Wausau $2.442 $2.442 $2.422 $2.484 $2.39

Click here to view current gasoline price averages

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