BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Despite a major storm and nor'easter that leave New Jersey and New York rationing for gas, prices at the pump continue to go down.
"AAA believes the national average gas price could drop between $3.25 and $3.40 per gallon in time for the Thanksgiving holiday," said said Christine Sarames Delise, Public Affairs Specialist for AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away, and AAA says that drivers will appreciate getting a break this holiday season.
The company also states that some drivers in the nation have been paying the highest calendar day price since August.
At this rate gas prices could drop to 3.10 to $3.30 by the end of the year, AAA reports.
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