Gasoline prices inch upward in Oklahoma

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Just as they are nationally, gasoline prices in Oklahoma continue their slow upward climb, reaching an average of $3.19 a gallon according to AAA.

Nationally, the average is $3.50, two cents higher than a week ago and  30 cents more than one month ago. Oklahoma’s average is 3 cents higher than last week and 34 cents more than one month earlier.

The highest average in the state is in Coal County where gasoline costs about $3.53 per gallon. Neighboring Hughes County is at $3.51 per gallon. Greer County in the southwest has a $3.45 average while Jefferson County next to the Texas state line averages $3.44.

Other counties with high averages include Woods at $3.36, Ellis at $3.44, Roger Mills at $3.38, and Logan at $3.40 per gallon.

Oklahoma City’s average of $3.19 per gallon is four cents more than one week ago and 35 cents higher than a month earlier when the average was $2.84.

Tulsa’s average is $3.10, actually 3 cents less than a week ago but 26 cents higher than one month ago.

Lawton has the lowest municipal average at $3.03 per gallon, 2 cents more than last week and 19 cents higher than a month earlier.