Denver (AP) Good news for Colorado drivers. Statewide gasoline prices have fallen 75 cents per gallon from the highs seen after Hurricane Katrina. Experts say they could dip below $2 per gallon for unleaded in coming weeks.
AAA says average prices statewide hit a record $3.07 a gallon on September seventh, but the average Monday was $2.31 a gallon.
Roy Turner of the Colorado Wyoming Petroleum Marketers
Association, which represents half of the state's gasoline
dealers, says prices could fall below $2.00 a gallon if crude prices drop and normal weather holds.
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