Motorists in Virginia are paying on average 10 cents less per gallon for gasoline than they did in October.
Gasoline prices in Virginia have fallen by an average of seven cents per gallon since last month.
AAA Mid-Atlantic is warning gas prices are on the rise amid tensions in the Middle East.
Gasoline prices in Virginia continue to decline.
As it stands, gasoline in the District costs about 10 cents more than the national average. Gas in Maryland and Virginia, meanwhile, costs 15 and 26 cents less than the national average, respectively.
Gas prices have fallen by an average of 3 cents per gallon in Virginia over the past week.
Motorists in the Washington metro area are paying three cents less at the pump when compared to a week ago.
With gas prices soaring and people looking for any way to save money, grocery stores are offering some relief at the pump.
Virginia motorists are paying 39 cents more a gallon for self-serve regular gasoline than they were a month ago.
Gas prices have fallen by an average of 17 cents per gallon in Virginia over the past week. AAA Mid-Atlantic says some stations are selling regular unleaded gas for less than $3 a gallon for the first time in six months.