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    Posted April 16, 2012 by
    Farmersburg, Indiana
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    National Gas Prices - A Snapshot - April 16


    Another  weekend has passed. It's Monday and time again to take a look across  the US of A and see how motorists are faring at the gas pumps. Reports  toward the end of last week and the weekend have suggeted that perhaps  gas prices may have peaked.

    But is that the reality or wishful thinking?

    From  taking a gander of gas prices, it would appear that for many locations  there has been little to no change. In some locations, there has been a  downturn of a few cents up to 10 cents less. Yet, there are those other  locations where prices rose by as much as 30 cents on the gallon.

    To compare today's snapshot with last Monday's snapshot:

    Once more we turn to the good folks at to get an idea what happened with gas costs over the past week. But  first a quote from GasBuddy, that I found in the Indianapolis Star.

    Expect  upward and downward swings in gasoline prices throughout the rest of  spring, said Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan.

    DeHaan  said gas prices would remain volatile during the next four to six weeks  as spot prices, the leading factor in retail gas prices, continue to  change wildly from region to region.

    Montgomery, Alabama: $3.62 to $4.04 per gallon
    Anchorage, Alaska: $4.18 to $4.38 per gallon
    Phoenix, Arizona: $3.72 to $3.79 per gallon
    Little Rock, Arkansas: $3.63 to $3.69 per gallon
    Los Angeles, California: $3.99 to $4.09 per gallon
    Denver, Colorado: $3.70 to $3.79 per gallon
    Hartford, Connecticutt: $3.89 to $4.09 per gallon
    Wilmington, Delaware: $3.79 to $3.95 per gallon
    Orlando, Florida: $3.75 to $3.85 per gallon
    Atlanta, Georgia: $3.65 to $3.75 per gallon
    Honolulu, Hawaii: $4.31 to $4.48 per gallon
    Boise, Idaho: $3.66 to $3.79 per gallon
    Peoria, Illinois: $3.72 to $3.85 per gallon
    Indianapolis, Indiana: $3.67 to $3.89 per gallon
    Des Moines, Iowa: $3.47 to $3.80 per gallon
    Topeka, Kansas: $3.54 to $3.85 per gallon
    Lexington, Kentucky: $3.74 to $3.99 per gallon
    New Orleans, Louisiana: $3.59 to $3.76 per gallon
    Bangor, Maine: $3.92 to $4.02 per gallon
    Baltimore, Maryland: $3.76 to $3.89 per gallon
    Boston, Massachusetts: $3.75 to $3.83 per gallon
    Grand Rapids, Michigan: $3.77 to $3.96 per gallon
    Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota: $3.63 to $3.79 per gallon
    Jackson, Mississippi: $3.63 to $3.73 per gallon
    St. Louis, Missouri: $3.59 to $3.77 per gallon
    Billings, Montana: $3.66 to $3.85 per gallon
    Omaha, Nebraska: $3.69 to $3.81 per gallon
    Las Vegas, Nevada: $3.79 to $3.89 per gallon
    Manchester, New Hampshire: $3.75 to $3.97 per gallon
    Trenton, New Jersey: $3.66 to $3.99 per gallon
    Albuquerque, New Mexico: $3.61 to $3.73 per gallon
    Long Island, New York: $3.79 to $4.05 per gallon
    Raleigh, North Carolina: $3.75 to $3.86 per gallon
    Fargo, North Dakota: $3.61 to $3.86 per gallon
    Columbus, Ohio: $3.51 to $3.76 per gallon
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: $3.43 to $3.57 per gallon
    Portland, Oregon: $3.85 to $3.99 per gallon
    Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: $3.82 to $3.95 per gallon
    Providence, Rhode Island: $3.82 to $3.99 per gallon
    Columbia, South Carolina: $3.50 to $3.69 per gallon
    Sioux Falls, South Dakota: $3.59 to $3.95 per gallon
    Nashville, Tennessee: $3.63 to $3.75 per gallon
    Dallas, Texas: $3.63 to $3.70 per gallon
    Salt Lake City, Utah: $3.50 to $3.62 per gallon
    Burlington, Vermont: $3.95 to $4.05 per gallon
    Richmond, Virginia: $3.75 to $3.85 per gallon
    Seattle, Washington: $3.93 to $4.07 per gallon
    Washington, District of Columbia: $3.95 to $5.49 per gallon
    Charleston, West Virginia: $3.83 to $3.99 per gallon
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin: $3.69 to $3.78 per gallon
    Cheyenne, Wyoming: $3.49 to $3.59 per gallon

    From the Cornfield, if you don't have to drive, don't.

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