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    How much will gasoline cost tomorrow? Should you buy gas at today's price, or would you save money by holding off until tomorrow and paying a lower future gas price?

    Prediction for the Weekend of June 24 - 25, 2017

    Posted to the Web June 23 2017, 6:02 PM EDT.

    Change in Futures (Avg.): -0.003

    Change in 2nd-Lowest Retail (Avg.): -0.001/STRONG>

    Pressure: (Avg.): -0.024/STRONG>

    Trend for tomorrow: Down

    Trend for next 2-3 days: Down

    Recommendation for tonight: Hold off and buy gas tomorrow.


    1. Average pressure is very weakly downward heading into the first weekend of summer, but the local picture is more mixed. There is some upward pressure in the Midwest, Southeast, and West Coast, so check your local prediction. On average, retail prices are more likely to go down than up, but not by much. Hold off buying gas as long as you can.
    2. We have mixed pressure tonight. Six cities in our national model have downward pressure, one has steady pressure for tomorrow with downward pressure for the next 2 to 3 days, one has steady pressure for tomorrow with upward pressure for the next 2 to 3 days, and four have upward pressure. Although the numerical average pressure is very weakly downward, it is still possible for the average retail price to move upward over the weekend. Today's average price among our 12 cities is $2.290 per gallon, and our predicted price range for the weekend is 2.268 - 2.298. We will call this a successful prediction if the average price moves downward (regardless of how much) or if it moves up as far as $2.298.

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