Californians are now dealing with $6 per gallon of gasoline—the highest in the nation—as international oil production is curtailed, pushing prices up around the country.

West Coast states are experiencing the highest prices for a gallon of gas this week as analysts forecast prices could fall slowly in the coming weeks.

“Gas prices will likely keep falling, but it’s going to be slow and unsteady, so expect some days where it might edge higher a bit,” AAA spokesperson Andrew Gross said in a statement Thursday.

Nevada residents have also seen gas prices rise over the last week, making it the second-highest state for prices, while states including Delaware and Florida saw prices fall.

Stacker compiled statistics on gas prices in Mississippi. Gas prices are as of September 29.

Mississippi by the numbers
– Gas current price: $3.25
– Week change: -$0.04 (-1.2%)
– Year change: +$0.18 (+6.0%)
– Historical expensive gas price: $4.53 (6/12/22)

– Diesel current price: $4.11
– Week change: -$0.01 (-0.3%)
– Year change: -$0.40 (-8.8%)
– Historical expensive diesel price: $5.38 (6/19/22)

Metros with most expensive gas in Mississippi
#1. Hattiesburg: $3.31
#2. South Haven – Olive Branch: $3.25
#3. Jackson: $3.20
#4. Biloxi-Gulfport-Pascagoula: $3.16

States with the most expensive gas
#1. California: $6.08
#2. Nevada: $5.22
#3. Washington: $5.12

States with the least expensive gas
#1. Mississippi: $3.25
#2. Georgia: $3.26
#3. South Carolina: $3.33