Tulsa, Okla. - The weather isn't the only that's been backward this Spring. Gas prices continue a downward trend when historically they've almost always gone up, says KRMG's Consumer Warrior Clark Howard.
"And barring some unexpected event, gasoline is going to be much, much cheaper this Memorial Day than last, maybe 50 cents cheaper," Clark says.
So for example, if you have a 16-gallon gas tank on your vehicle, Clark says you'll keep an extra 8 dollars in your pocket instead of the pump when you fill up.
Right now, Tulsa has the second-cheapest gasoline in the entire U.S., according to GasBuddy.com.
Clark says South Carolina, Texas, and Louisiana are also enjoying low prices.
He also says there seems to be a bigger difference than usual in the prices between stations in the same town, so he says it could pay to shop around.