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Plot your fuel consumption alongside the ambient temperature. We live in Dallas, and I can tell you that it has been quite a bit warmer in the months of June, July and August than it was in April/May.

As the temp rises, air density decreases and makes the engine work a little harder.

There could be another mechanical cause, possibly related to the emissions equipment, but I would start with the above.
 
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