After a brief uptick to start 2019, fuel prices including diesel prices have returned to moving lower. This as oil prices have increase slightly on the international market. Even Northwest gas prices have dropped more than five cents a gallon on average.
As far as diesel prices are concerned, the national average for a gallon dropped four cents over the past week to $2.95, Washington’s rate fell four cents to $3.27 while Oregon’s price for a gallon comes in a $3.14, three cents lower than last week.
When looking at the lowest local prices:
- $2.85 a gallon in the Tri-Cities
- $2.99 a gallon in Yakima
- $2.69 a gallon in Quincy
- $2.70 a gallon in Wenatchee
- $2.99 a gallon in Ephrata
- $2.75 a gallon in Pendleton
- $2.99 a gallon in Moses Lake
- $2.97 a gallon in Walla Walla
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