Gas prices falling after Harvey spike

(WTNH) — Right after Hurricane Harvey, gas prices shot up around the country. Now, much to the relief of commuters across the country, those prices are inching back down.

According to AAA, the average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline in Connecticut dropped two cents from last week.

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Prices are still 38 cents higher than they were one month ago.

As of Monday, prices in Connecticut are 23 cents more than the national average.

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