Maryland is averaging $3.70 a gallon.
If you have driven by a gas station and noticed that the price at the pump is a little lower this week, you aren't seeing things! An average prices have dropped 5-cents per gallon.
AAA Mid-Atlantic spokeswoman Christine Delise said a gallon of regular in Maryland is averaging $3.70.
"After the longest string of increases in nearly two years, we are finally finding relief at the pump. We'll have to see if it's temporary, if we've reached the peak or if it's just a low right now," Delise said.
Nationally gas prices are the same as Maryland. Salisbury is reporting the lowest price for a gallon of regular in the state at $3.55.
"We are looking at prices though that are still higher than a month ago. Last month at this time, it was $3.59 a gallon. Right now, $3.70 and we are also looking at prices though that are lower than last year at this time," Delise added.
Analyst believe falling crude oil prices and refineries getting back online are expected to push gas prices lower in the coming weeks.