Mass. gas down another 4 cents

BY Zachary Comeau

Gas prices continue to fall after a post-hurricane spike in September.

Massachusetts gasoline prices are down another 4 cents this week, according to AAA Northeast.
The nonprofit vehicle assistance agency reported a Monday survey of prices in Massachusetts found self-serve, regular unleaded cost an average of $2.45, two cents below the national average of $2.47 and four cents below last week's $2.49.
The price has fallen 25 cents since a post-hurricane spike in September when Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on the Gulf of Mexico and parts of Texas, taking some oil refineries offline.
In September, prices spiked 44 cents to $2.70 a gallon.
AAA has said prices will continue to fall has oil operations resume normally.