Gas prices in mid-Atlantic region relatively stable; AAA says prices may be lower this summer

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WASHINGTON — Gas prices in the mid-Atlantic region remain relatively stable or have increased slightly from a week ago.

In its weekly report Sunday, AAA says the national average price for a gallon of unleaded gas is $2.39 per gallon. That's the same as a week ago. Prices this month are about $1.24 less per gallon than this time a year ago.

AAA says prices should be stable or even lower for the summer.

In the District of Columbia, prices averaged $2.55 per gallon Sunday. That's down 9 cents from a week ago.

In Maryland, prices were relatively flat. A gallon of unleaded averaged $2.38 Friday — up about 2 cents from a week earlier.

In Delaware, the average price was $2.38 per gallon Sunday — up 10 cents from last week.

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