Updated November 12, 2018

Fuel prices continue to trend downward. Crude oil dove to an 8-month low last week, which means the slump at the pump should continue.

Tennessee motorists have seen gas prices decline 19 cents in the past 31 days. Sunday's state average of $2.50 is 5 cents less than a week ago, and the lowest since April 12th. Despite the recent discount, the average Tennesseean is still paying 16 cents per gallon more than this time last year.

The Most expensive gas price averages in Tennessee are Nashville ($2.57), Morristown ($2.54), and Jackson ($2.51).

The Least expensive gas price averages in the state are Cleveland ($2.37), Chattanooga ($2.41), and Knoxville ($2.46).

Locally prices are averaging $2.39 a gallon.