Uncle Sam's shutdown not wreaking havoc on gas prices yet.
They didn't fluctuate much last week, remaining stable near the lowest average of the year.
In Florida, we're playing about 3-dollars-and 29-cents for a gallon of regular unleaded.
You were paying 3-dollars-and-30-cents a month ago, and 3-dollars-and-72-cents a year ago.
Pump prices are forecast to decrease in coming weeks, but negotiations to reopen the government are keeping a little upward pressure on oil prices.
However, based on supply and demand numbers, both oil and gas prices should be lower.
The cost for a barrel of oil closed last Friday at $102.02 on the NYMEX-$1.82 less than the week before.