MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Wisconsin gasoline prices are about a dime cheaper than a month ago.
But that’s not the case in California, while pipeline and refinery problems drove up the cost of gas by 20 cents a gallon overnight.
The AP said some gas stations in the Golden State were charging over $5 a gallon – and other stations shut off their pumps until the prices come down.
Elsewhere around the country, the AAA says fuel prices range from $3.50 to $4.10.
Wisconsin is about in the middle of that range. The average statewide of unleaded regular was $3.83 Friday morning – just over 10 cents less than a month ago.
In the state’s largest metro, gas is even cheaper. Milwaukee Gas Prices.Com reports an average of $3.71 Friday, down almost 25 cents over the past month. Some Milwaukee area stations were charging as little as $3.59 Friday morning.