Gasoline prices nationwide appear to be slowly declining once again, according to statistics published on the AAA Auto Club Fuel Gauge Report. That report indicates the national average is currently $3.56-point-7 per gallon of unleaded regular – five cents lower than it was one week ago. Wyoming, in the meantime, now finds itself in the median-priced states now averaging $3.58-point-5 per gallon while Idaho is numbered among the highest priced averaging $3.77-point-8. Here in Jackson, the average of prices published by Motor Trend is $3.87-point-5 a gallon, while the average of those prices published from Teton Valley is currently $3.95-point-9. The US Energy Information Administration has predicted that the national average price for gasoline should continue a modest decline though the remainder of the summer.