It appears the upward trend in the price for gasoline in Nova Scotia is coming to an end.
Our newsroom is predicting that when prices are adjusted at midnight they will drop by about two cents per litre.
George Murphy of Consumers for Fair Gas Prices says despite some volatility in the market this week, the summer driving season is coming to an end
"It's the second week of August now and the pressure on gas is going to be coming very shortly with a drop-off in demand as summer wanes," Murphy explained.
Across the border in New Brunswick, prices fell by 1.9 cents to a new maximum price of 129.5.