The price for regular gasoline decreased a few cents this week.
However, we could be in for more dramatic price swings this month.
Experts with AAA Oklahoma say it will depend on the potential for late-summer hurricanes and refinery problems.
Analysts say these types of issues can disrupt production, distribution and gasoline supply at a time when many Americans are filling up their tanks for late summer travel.
Gas prices in August 2012 increased 33 cents per gallon due to significant refinery outages and the impact of Hurricane Isaac along the Gulf Coast.
The Oklahoma average price of self-serve regular gasoline increased 19 cents in July.