UNDATED (WSAU) -- Oil prices have risen to over 100 dollars per barrel again, and that means you’ll see the prices jumping up at the gas pump. Analyists at GasBuddy.com say a late February increase is normal as refineries cut back production to perform plant maintenance and switch over to summer blends of fuel.
Wisconsin drivers have seen the price go up about a dime in the past two weeks to around $3.30 per gallon. The highest gas prices in the lower 48 states are New York, Connecticut, and California with prices over $3.65 per gallon. Montana and South Carolina were at the low end of the price range last week, averaging about $3.10 per gallon.