PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Rhode Islanders are at the moment paying a mean of $4.00 a gallon for gasoline.
That’s 36 cents fewer than the best recorded common simply over a month in the past.
However, in keeping with AAA Northeast, reduction could also be brief lived.
“By Memorial Day, we could see an increase of 15-20 cents per gallon,” Diana Gugliotta of AAA Northeast mentioned.
While gasoline costs improve yearly through the summer time months, Gugliotta mentioned different elements reminiscent of oil provide may increase costs even greater.
“The EIA confirmed this week that home gasoline shares decreased by 3.5 million final week so we’re
positively up in opposition to it because the climate will get hotter,” she mentioned.
For Rhode Islanders, each common and diesel gasoline costs are nonetheless $2.00 greater than this time a 12 months in the past.