Gas prices are falling; here’s how much a gallon costs in your neighborhood

ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida’s gas prices are at their lowest since February.


That’s according to AAA, who said the average price for a gallon of gas landed at just over $3.28 on Monday.

The auto club said a weaker oil market has helped prices to fall roughly 27 cents over the past 2 1/2 weeks.

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About 20 cents of that drop has happened over the last 10 days alone.

Oil analysts believe the weaker oil markets are due in part to a stronger dollar and a better-than-expected U.S. employment report, according to AAA.

“Floridians and summer visitors will be pleasantly surprised when they go to fill up the gas tank this week,” AAA’s Mark Jenkins said.

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In Central Florida, your zip code might even sit below the state average.

Here’s a county-by-county look at how much a gallon of gas, on average, will cost drivers on Monday:

  • Lake: $3.12
  • Osceola: $3.16
  • Orange: $3.21
  • Brevard: $3.23
  • Polk: $3.24
  • Seminole: $3.25
  • Sumter: $3.26
  • Marion: $3.27
  • Volusia: $3.28
  • Flagler: $3.35

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