Bay Area gas prices drop 30 cents since March

FILE PHOTO: A vehicle is refueled at a gas station on Monday, April 6, 2015. Drivers will see the lowest summer gasoline prices in about 6 years.

Gas prices in the Bay Area have dropped by 30 cents in the last month to an average of just $3.11 per gallon of unleaded gasoline, according to the American Automobile Association.

The highest Bay Area gas prices are currently in San Francisco at $3.27 per gallon and San Mateo at $3.22 per gallon. The lowest Bay Area gas prices are currently in Concord at $3.00 per gallon, according to AAA.

Those prices are all well above the national average of $2.39. The average for Northern California is currently $3.05 and the statewide average is currently $3.10, according to AAA.

Gas prices remain heavily influenced by the global market for crude oil, where supply continues to outpace demand, AAA Northern California spokeswoman Cynthia Harris said in a statement.

Prices are expected to move lower in the months leading up to this summer's peak driving season. The price-drop so far can be partly attributed to the resolution of refinery issues, according to AAA.

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