Updated December 10, 2018

Gas prices in Tennessee continue falling just in time for Holiday Travel. The state average has declined the past 59 consecutive days for a total of 52 cents.

Sunday's state average of $2.17 per gallon is 7 cents less than last week, 34 cents less than last month, and 9 cents less than this time last year.

"Gas prices in Tennessee could drop another 5-8 cents this week, but should level off soon," said Mark Jenkins, spokesman for AAA.

The Most expensive gas price averages in Tennessee are Nashville ($2.28), Johnson City ($2.28), and Clarksville-Hopkinsville ($2.22).

The Least expensive gas price averages in the state are Cleveland ($2.01), Chattanooga ($2.01), and Knoxville ($2.10).

Locally prices are averaging around $2.14 a gallon.