The cheapest day on average for filling up gas over Washington state is Monday. And the most exquisite day for gas is Friday.
Of course, Seattle must do things its own way – Sunday is the cheapest day for gas in Seattle, while Thursday is the most expensive. There are only a few takeaways from a recent study by GasBuddy, a gas price watch dog. What applies to most places, according to the study, is that filling earlier in the week is generally cheaper.
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It is good information to get when gas prices are expected to rise in in the coming weeks, adding 1
While gas prices usually start to rise this time of year, DeHaan says that the upcoming tip is "bigger than we have seen in recent memory."
"For now, based on where we stand today, prices can continue to increase for one to two weeks, as long as there is no new problem that arises … the prices may eventually come back Dehaan said to KIRO Radio.
"I would say that there is a pretty sure bet on gas prices will start moderating in June, and they may go down for a good deal of the rest of the summer, even though it will be in a snail, he says. "… I think the top price we're facing is likely to be next month, so prices should go off as long as there are no unforeseen issues."
The current problems contributing to the pricing are refinery falls in California, as well as refineries going through maintenance in the Washington state.
Prices have already increased dramatically in the Puget Sound region. In Seattle, gas averaged $ 3.07 a month ago. Today it is around $ 3.40. DeHaan says that another 10-20 cents is expected to be added as the price rises.
"Some stations that charge $ 3.79 today can certainly get much closer ($ 4 per gallon), at least over the Seattle metro … you can start seeing a few stations," he said. "But most of the $ 4 per gallon of gasoline is fortunately going to be located in southern California."