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⛽ How gasoline prices have changed in Florida in the last week

The cost of a gallon of gasoline is down several cents from the previous week, marking the second week of cooling in prices for consumers since the seasonal price increase began earlier this year.

AAA described it as a “quiet week” in a statement Thursday, adding that the organization does not expect prices to move much in the immediate future.

Consumer demand for gas has decreased slightly this year compared to last year, by 1.6%, according to the Energy Information Administration.

Prices could rise again if travel demand accelerates around the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

But AAA predicts that low demand could mean a further drop in prices at the pump, as supply has increased and the price of oil has fallen about 6% from the highs seen in April.

Stacker compiled statistics on gasoline prices in Florida. Gas prices are as of May 10.

Florida in numbers
– Current gas price: $3.49
– Week change: -$0.15 (-4.2%)
– Change of year: -$0.04 (-1.0%)
– Historical price of expensive gasoline: $4.89 (06/13/22)

– Current diesel price: $3.78
– Week change: -$0.09 (-2.3%)
– Annual variation: -$0.13 (-3.4%)
– Historical price of expensive diesel: $5.72 (06/14/22)

Metros with the most expensive gasoline in Florida
#1. West Palm Beach-Boca Raton: $3.70
#2. Gainesville: $3.59
#3. Naples: $3.59
#4. Homosassa Springs: $3.56
#5. Fort Lauderdale: $3.54
#6. Ocala: $3.54
#7. Miami: $3.53
#8. Sebring: $3.52
#9. Tallahassee: $3.50
#10. Lakeland-Winter Haven: $3.50
#eleven. Fort Myers-Cape Coral: $3.50
#12. Puerto Santa Lucía: $3.49
#13. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater: $3.48
#14. Daytona Beach: $3.48
#fifteen. The Towns: $3.47
#sixteen. Melbourne-Titusville: $3.46
#17. Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice: $3.45
#18. Orlando: $3.45
#19. Jacksonville: $3.44
#twenty. Sebastián-Vero Beach: $3.42
#twenty-one. Punta Gorda: $3.41
#22. Pensacola: $3.32
#23. Panama City: $3.32
#24. Crestview-Fort Walton Beach: $3.28

States with the most expensive gasoline
#1. California: $5.30
#2. Hawaii: $4.81
#3. Washington: $4.65

States with the cheapest gas
#1. Mississippi: $3.09
#2. Arkansas: $3.14
#3. Oklahoma: $3.15

This story features writing by Dom DiFurio and is part of a series using data automation in 50 states.

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