TEMPE, AZ - Much to our delight, gas prices are dropping and may continue to do so.
That's what analysts at AAA of Arizona tell ABC15.
Swing by the gas pump for yourself and you'll notice the difference.
For the 14th straight week, fuel prices have fallen in Arizona.
Right now, Arizona's average is $3.50 compared to the national average of $3.84.
The cheapest spot in the Valley as of Friday morning was the ARCO station at Elliot and Kyrene roads in Tempe.
The price for regular unleaded was $3.13.
Neighboring stations posted their prices at $3.19.
The highest price of gas in the state Friday is in Flagstaff. It's sitting at $3.56.
Other than the high mark in the high country, Arizona is generally bucking a national trend.
In the Midwest, prices have risen by 10 cents in the past week.
AAA of Arizona says as the market continues its roller coaster run, Arizona's prices may continue to drop.
Check gas prices near you on ABC15.com's Map of Gas Prices.
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