Since Monday, the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline has fallen by four cents to $3.10. Increasing supply and low gasoline demand are pushing pump prices lower. As demand remains low and stocks rise, drivers will likely continue to see pump prices decrease through next year.

In Florida, drivers are seeing an average price of $2.97 for a gallon of regular unleaded, while in Osceola County, the average price is even lower at $2.88.

AAA said in a news release that Florida’s average price was down nearly 9 cents from a week earlier and about a dime cheaper than the national average.

However, Patrick De Haan, with the fuel-savings app GasBuddy, said on Wednesday that a recent increase in crude-oil prices could end a five-week drop in pump prices.