Gas prices declined again over the weekend, following a trend for the last few months, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
The five-county Philadelphia region saw the average price for a gallon of regular no-lead at $1.87, down 5 cents from Friday.
South Jersey's average was $1.60, down 6 cents.
The national average was $1.72, down a nickel.
Oil prices bounced off four-year lows to trade above $43 a barrel today as OPEC's president suggested that the group could surprise investors with a large production cut later this month.
Plans by the United States, China and India to broaden their respective economic stimulus measures also added to the bullish mood on the market.