PUMP PRICES CONTINUE TO DECREASE IN PENNSYLVANIA

Industry analysts say demand for gas is continuing to decrease in Pennsylvania now that the winter driving season is underway.  Prices at the pump in Pennsylvania are down more than 30 cents from about a month ago as fewer people are hitting the road due to having less daylight and more bad weather.  Triple-A reports the average cost per gallon in the state is three dollars and 70-cents – that’s down from four-oh-seven in November.  The average in Harrisburg is about three-72 right ; prices are  about ten cents higher in York.