(Wisconsin) The price of gasoline in Wisconsin is down – slightly. As of Monday morning, the statewide average for a gallon of gas is down about a penny, at $4.91. That is still eleven-cents more than a week ago and 71-cents more than last month.
Triple-A says gas is above $5 a gallon in southeastern Wisconsin, and just about five-bucks-per-gallon in the northern part of the state. The cheapest gas in Wisconsin is in the southwest.
The average price of gas in Dodge County is $4.83 which is the same in Jefferson and Columbia counties. The pump price in Fond du Lac County is $4.78. It is $4.88 in Green Lake County and $5.15 in Washington County.
–Photo courtesy of the Triple-A website