Pump price down a penny in W.Va.

Pump price in West Virginia dips by a penny since last week; lower prices expected ahead

Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A gallon of gas in West Virginia fell by a cent from last week, to $3.40 for regular unleaded.

While still above the national average by nearly a nickel, it's down by almost 50 cents from the same time last year. The Triple A said it expects gas prices to fall in the months to come because of supplies, flat demand and cheaper winter-blend gasoline.

Gas prices in West Virginia range from lows of $3.30 a gallon in Bridgeport and Huntington to a high of $3.60 in Martinsburg.

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