Gas prices are trickling down across the Twin Cities metro and greater Minnesota. GasBuddy petroleum analyst Patrick De Haan had predicted a drop in prices following the July 4 holiday. Four places in Hastings have now dropped below the $4 mark, and are offering petrol for $3.98.

Gas prices are now 12.3 cents lower than a month ago, but $1.65 more than drivers were paying a year ago. The national average has declined for 27 days straight, or four weeks, the longest decline in average gas prices since the pandemic started in 2020.

As of Monday the national average sits at $4.66, falling 12.8 cents in the last week. Gas is cheaper in Wisconsin and South Dakota, where motorists in Sioux Falls are paying $ 4.55. For more on price trends in Minnesota and where you can find the cheapest gas, check out the Gasbuddy website or download the app.
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