Drivers are starting to see a little relief at the gas pump after a recent spike in prices over the last few weeks.
WPTV reported that prices are coming back down after Hurricane Harvey sent them soaring last month. The national average for a gallon of gas is now $2.57, according AAA.
The Lundberg Study says prices will drop up to 12 cents more as long as crude oil prices hold steady.
Lundberg says refineries flooded or damaged by Hurricane Harvey, and delays caused by Hurricane Irma, are returning to normal.
Wholesale gasoline prices are going down, and stations are passing those savings on to drivers.
For the full story click here.