Fall is right around the corner, and lower gas prices may be too.
According to GasBuddy.com, gas prices have for the past 5 years dropped 28 cents per gallon from this time in mid–September until Halloween.
Analysts are not quite as optimistic this year, predicting a 20 to 25 cent decrease, which is still good news for drivers.
The lower prices are largely in part to switching to winter blends of gasoline.
The average price of gas in South Dakota has held steady for the past month at around $3.63 per gallon