UNDATED – There has been another significant increase in the price you are paying at the gas pump.
This week’s GasBuddy survey shows that average gasoline prices in Pennsylvania this week are 9.1 cents higher than last week.
The average per gallon price across the state is now $3.78.
Local gas prices are more than 17 cents per gallon higher than a month ago, 25 cents higher than one year ago, and $1.09 higher than two years ago.
The head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, Patrick De Haan, says prices are unlikely to turn around any time soon.
GasBuddy determines the average price of gas in Pennsylvania by surveying more than 5,200 stations.