CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- The cost of gas is leveling off in West Virginia after months of rising fuel prices.
The Triple A's weekly fuel gauge reports a 3-cent decline in the price per gallon of gas. The statewide average is $3.72 a gallon, which remains higher than the national average of $3.65.
While the U.S. average is down 12 cents from a month ago, the auto club said it's still too soon to say whether gas prices have peaked.
In West Virginia, pump prices range from a low of $3.65 in Parkersburg to a high of $3.78 in Martinsburg.