Here’s an update on gas prices across the Inland Northwest

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SPOKANE, Wash. — As temperatures remain higher in the Inland Northwest, you might be tempted to drive out to the lake or pool to beat the heat.

Before you plan your trip, here is an update on gas prices across different places in the Inland Northwest.

According to AAA, the average price for gas in the state of Washington is $4.88 cents a gallon. This is a considerable drop from around a month ago, as prices were around $5.43 cents.

Looking at Spokane’s numbers, the average price for regular gas is around $4.70 a gallon, around 18 cents below the average across the state. A month ago, it costed around $5.15 a gallon.

The current average price for gas in Spokane still does not compare to what it once was, as around a year ago, the average price of regular gas was around $3.63 a gallon.

Prices for gas are a tad more expensive just north and south of Spokane. In Whitman County, the average price for all types of gas is around $4.77 a gallon, and in Pend Oreille County, the average price for gas is around $4.75 a gallon.

If you are looking to go to North Idaho, you will find that gas prices will be a bit cheaper there. Across the state, the average price for gas is $4.80 a gallon.

In Kootenai County, the average price for regular gas is $4.56 a gallon. In Bonner County, the average price for gas is around $4.61 a gallon.

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