Average sell gasoline prices in Ohio have risen 15 cents per gallon in a past week, averaging $2.24 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily consult of 5,345 gas outlets in Ohio. This compares with a inhabitant average, that has increasing 3.4 cents per gallon in a final week to $2.25 per gallon, according to gasoline cost website GasBuddy.com.
Including a change in gas prices in Ohio during a past week, prices Sunday were 15.4 cents per gallon aloft than a same day one year ago and are six-tenths of a cent per gallon aloft than a month ago. The inhabitant normal has decreased 7.9 cents per gallon during a final month and stands 2.7 cents per gallon aloft than this day one year ago.
According to GasBuddy chronological data, gasoline prices on Jul 10 in Ohio have ranged widely over a final 5 years: $2.09 per gallon in 2016, $2.63 per gallon in 2015, $3.51 per gallon in 2014, $3.48 per gallon in 2013, and $3.48 er gallon in 2012.
“With Jul 4 now in a rear-view mirror, gasoline prices in many states have modernized following an uptick in oil prices in late June,” pronounced Patrick DeHaan, comparison petroleum researcher for GasBuddy.com. “While gas prices might arise somewhat in some states in a week ahead, it will be a really churned bag opposite a nation as a new convene in wanton oil prices appears to have stalled for now.
“Call it a summer blues during a siphon — prices might vacillate softly in a weeks ahead, though we’ll be bouncing nearby a summer low cost for some time — don’t design most alleviation in prices from for a rest of a summer, DeHaan added. “In fact, to opposite that, if we see a Atlantic turn some-more active whirly wise, we could see some-more cost support in both oil and gasoline prices, so keep that in mind.”