Drivers could be in for a little reprieve this fall, as experts forecast gas prices could drop meaningfully from current levels.

According to AAA, the national average will decrease to $2.70 in the coming months, which is 14 cents less than the current average price and more than 25 cents less than the recorded high of the year – $2.97, set in May.

“Cheaper-to-produce gasoline and relatively stable crude oil prices in August, combined with an anticipated drop in consumer gasoline demand post-Labor Day, means consumers will see savings when they fill-up at the pump this fall,” AAA spokesperson Jeanette Casselano said in a statement.

The average price of gasoline across the nation was about $2.84, as of Wednesday.

As the summer months come to an end, prices tend to fall with cyclical trends, including the switchover to the cheaper-to-produce winter-blend gasoline in September and a reduction in road trips and vacations.