Kansas continues to be in the top 10 of cheapest gas in the nation, according to GasBuddy.com.
While the national average is currently stands at $2.35 a gallon, an average gallon of regular gasoline in the state comes in at just over 20 cents cheaper at $2.12. That is just nearly 8 cents lower than last week's average and down 4 cents from last month.
Montgomery County came in at $2.25 a gallon which is 13 cents higher than the state average. Lebette County checked in at 12 cents over the state average at $2.24 a gallon while Chautauqua and Elk counties are level with the state average of $2.12.
Across the border in Oklahoma, an average gallon of gasoline is $2.01 with gas in Washington and Nowata counties coming in under the average at $1.86 and $1.92 a gallon, respectively.