Connecticut has moved down one place — to 10th place — in terms of having the highest average state gas prices in the nation.
In Connecticut today (Nov. 21), the state’s average gas price of $2.29 is down $.03 cents compared to last week; but $.02 cents higher than this time last year.
Today (October 11) Connecticut’s average gas prices are up $.02 cents compared to this time last week. Today’s prices at $2.32 a gallon are $.04 cents lower than this time last year.
Connecticut and national average gas prices are creeping slowly upward after nearly eight weeks of decline.