(WASHINGTON) — Gas prices are slowly coming down.
The weekly average price of a gallon of regular gas is $3.80, down two cents compared to a week ago, according to the Department of Energy. This price is still up 37 cents from a year ago.
Unlike the rest of the country, the average price on the West Coast is up nearly two cents compared to a week ago, and the average price in New England also crept up by a penny. The West Coast has the most expensive gas in the country with an average price of $4.08.
The Gulf Coast has the least expensive in the country at $3.56.
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