According to USA Today, you'll probably keep paying less for gasoline despite new tensions in the Middle East driving up the price of oil.

American drivers have paid lower prices at the pump for five straight weeks and the cost of filling up could soon slide back to levels last seen before Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

The fall is the result of a combination of things, including peak driving season winding down and U.S. refining returning to normal after storm related disruptions.