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There is no relief in sight for gas prices, as the weekly average in the D.C. region jumped 9 cents in the last week to $3.84 a gallon.
Gas prices have fallen by an average of 17 cents per gallon in Virginia over the past week.
WTOP's latest Pain in the Gas Survey shows double- digit decreases in all grades of gas, when comparing prices from one month ago.
Prices in the D.C. metro region and around the country are about the same as last Thanksgiving, but much higher in areas affected by Superstorm Sandy.
WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey shows prices of all grades fell by 6 cents since last week.
Gas prices in the D.C. area are still dropping, but are still above where they were a year ago.
WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey shows that prices are down again, but still higher than last year.
AAA Mid-Atlantic reports that gas prices went down across the country for the third consecutive week despite pipeline and refinery disruptions after superstorm Sandy.
Gas prices, both locally and nationally, are finally going down.
According to WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey, the price for a regular gallon of gas slid 3 cents in the last week to $3.78.
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