Pennsylvania – It’s getting warmer, we’re driving more, and that means gas prices are heading up.

“Higher demand means scarcer supplies and higher prices,” says Moneywise.com’s managing editor Doug Whiteman.

Prices should go down again as refineries start producing less-expensive summer formula gas.

In the meantime, use an app that can help you locate the lowest prices near you.

GasBuddy.com or AAA’s Gas Checker are some websites you can check for prices.

The average price in our area at the moment is $3.09 for regular gasoline.