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Gas prices hit a nine-month low on Wednesday, dropping to their lowest mark since the beginning of a rapid spike in prices in February, although experts still believe they will hit a Thanksgiving Day record as millions of Americans get ready to hit the road.

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The national average for a gallon of gas dropped more than 13 cents from a week ago to $3.609, according to AAA, hitting their lowest point since Feb. 23.

Drivers in the Southeast can expect prices around $3, with the national average in Texas dropping to $2.951—making it the first state to fall under the $3 mark since January.

California’s gas—the most expensive in the country—has experienced the biggest decline from a month ago, with the price of a gallon of gas falling 71 cents as key oil refineries come back online after

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