Gas prices may be down in recent months, but they are still at record highs for December — and that doesn’t bode well for what you will pay next year. The people at GasBuddy.com, which operates all those gas price-tracking web sites, say prices typically rise 93 cents a gallon from year-end lows to peak prices the following year. More on that from WFIR’s Evan Jones.[audio:http://wfirnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/12-19-Future-Gas-Wrap1-WEB.mp3|titles=12-19 Future Gas Wrap1-WEB]
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