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While the Thanksgiving weekend welcomed lower gas prices for travelers, motorists can expect pump prices to fall even more as the Christmas holiday season approaches,AAA reports.

Gas prices nationwide have fallen for 67 consecutive days — the longest streak since 2008 — and a handful of gas stations in states in the South and Mid-West could see pump prices fall near the $2 per gallon mark approaching the holidays.

“Drivers in southeastern states, such as Tennessee, may see a select few stations selling gas at or below $2 in the coming weeks,” said Josh Carrasco, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group, in a prepared statement. “The chances of gasoline averaging $2 per gallon are highly unlikely.