Wisconsin’s average gas price is a few tenths of a cent cheaper than the previous day. It’s a small sign that drivers are getting a break at the pump after more than a week of price hikes from the shutdowns of Texas refineries in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The Wisconsin Triple “A” reports an average price of two-dollars-55 cents today (Friday) for a gallon of regular unleaded. That’s one tenth of a cent cheaper than Thursday. Wisconsin gas is about 13 cents less than today’s (Friday’s) national price of two-dollars-67 cents.