It's a welcome sign for drivers--gas prices in Greenville have finally dipped below $2.00 a gallon.
At most stations the price went to $1.99 Thursday morning. Some stations outside of Greenville dropped to $1.95.
The drop comes as crude oil prices dipped to $55 a barrel, while some oil experts say $40 a barrel price is possible in the months ahead.
Prices have also dropped in other Eastern Carolina cities. In Kinston this morning prices went to $2.02 a gallon for gas. In Columbia gas dropped under $2 more than a week ago.
Triple A says the average price in the state is $2.19 a gallon, compared to $3.45 a month ago.
WITN News will have more on the latest price drop tonight at 5 & 6.
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