Gasoline prices are starting to fall after peaking late last week as temporary shortages caused by Hurricane Harvey begin to ease. Texas fueling stations are mostly replenished with gasoline now – although some pockets of outages remain in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, according the GasBuddy.com., a website that tracks gasoline prices and refining activity. The Houston average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline on Monday is $2.48, which is down from a high of $2.50 Thursday and Friday, but still well above the $2.10 a gallon average before Harvey approached the Texas coast. The national average slipped to $2.67 per gallon, down by nearly 1 cent, but up 35 cents from pre-Harvey levels.
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Written by Jordan Blum at The Houston Chronicle