Experts say gas prices are ready to swing back in a direction that is favorable to your wallet.

Lately, we have been dealing with some of the highest gas prices in years which has made filling up at the pump a painful experience for not only Captial Region residents but citizens across the nation. It feels like that the price of a gallon has been on an upward trend for months. Finally, some relief is on the way.

Analyst Predicts Gas Prices To Fall In the Coming Weeks

We may not end up back where we were a year or 2 ago, but you should be seeing some noticeable savings at the pump in the weeks ahead. News 10 is reporting that a Gas Buddy expert is predicting the drop of 15 to 30 cents per gallon.

Patrick De Haan is an oil analyst who also reports for Gas Buddy.

15 to 30 cents is not the fill reset we all want and need to see at the pump, but enough for us to start noticing a difference when we fill up. Especially as head into the colder months with the cost of heating our homes expected to skyrocket, we will take any relief we can get going into the holiday season and winter.

Find the Cheapest Gas In the Capital Region

As gas prices hopefully start to drop, you can utilize Gas Buddy to find the cheapest gas stations throughout the Capital Region. A combo of fall prices and a little research could really make a difference in the weeks ahead to save you some money!

See The 10 Cheapest Gas Stations In The Capital Region

AS we head into the New Year, gas prices are finally going down. Here are the 10 Capital Region gas stations with the lowest prices for a gallon or regular gas as of Wednesday, December 29, 2021, according to Gas Buddy. These prices are a moving target so keep checking Gas Buddy for updates.

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