Wyoming’s average gas price saw another decline last week.

GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst Gregg Laskoski says the price for a gallon of regular in the Cowboy State slid three cents last week to $3.12 per gallon.

Laskoski says, this week, reduced demand may pull that price down even further.

“We expect that prices will decline somewhat this week because of the weather, believe it or not – we’ve got problematic weather from California to the east coast,” Laskoski said. “Often, that results in a reduction in drivers – the consumer demand diminishes.”

Gas is selling for as low as $2.83 in Casper, $2.89 in Cheyenne and $2.86 in Laramie. Laskoski says the national average slid nearly a penny last week to $3.24.