PA – If it seems like you are paying more at the gas pump lately, you are.
The average price of gasoline in Pennsylvania has jumped 7.1 cents per gallon in the last week, nearly 11 cents in the past month, and it now averages $3.69 per gallon. That update is according to GasBuddy, and the most recent survey of more than 5,200 stations across the state. Compared to the price of gas two years ago, you are paying exactly $1.00 per gallon more.
The head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, Patrick De Haan, is not optimistic about the next few weeks. He said gasoline prices are likely to continue accelerating as the supply of oil will tighten in the weeks ahead.