Illinois Gas Prices Down Slightly, Wisconsin Back Below $4 Mark

(Chicago, IL)  Oil prices and gasoline demand slipped last week, leading to lower prices at the pump. AAA says the average gallon of gas in Illinois dropped 5-cents to $4.35. The state remains 45-cents above the national average and the highest price of any state east of the Rocky Mountains. Lake County fell back 11-cents last week and stands at $4.42. In Wisconsin, prices dipped below the $4 mark, falling 21-cents to $3.83. The state has fallen back below the national average by 7-cents. Kenosha County’s average fell 28-cents from this point last week, and currently stands at $3.80.

Tim Vander Tuuk, WXLC News (10-14-22)