Gas prices fall after modest increases
December 23, 2013 -- After four weeks of modest increases, the Lundeberg Survey says the average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline fell about 2-cents a gallon in the last two weeks.
The national average is $3.26, but it's higher in Chicago. Triple A says the average price of a gallon of regular gas is 3-dollars 44-cents in the city.
Analysts say don't get use to this. Wholesale gasoline prices are predicted to go up more than they already have in the weeks ahead.
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