5 reasons why Oregon, Washington gas prices are about to plummet toward $3 again
After months of having to budget around the most expensive gas in the lower 48 states, Oregon and Washington drivers are about to see pump prices take a nosedive, according to economic forecasters.
In fact, on Friday, Tom Kloza, an analyst with the price-tracking site , sent out this tweet:Gusbuddy predicts gas will slide to $3 a gallon in 30 states over the next couple of months.
However, Oregon and Washington, which currently have the nation's third and fourth most expensive regular unleaded gasoline at $3.84 and $3.85, respectively, the average price will likely bottom out at about $3.15 and $3.25 a gallon, Kloza said.
"Fall is appropriately named for fuel prices," Kloza said in an interview with The Oregonian.
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