Average national gas prices have risen for the sixth consecutive day, as one energy expert predicts a “notable jump” in the coming weeks.
The price for a gallon of gasoline in the United States started to rise again in the past week, after a 99 day decline during the peak summer driving season.
The average price hit $3.725 gallon on Sept. 26, up from $3.714 the previous day, according to data from the American Automobile Association.
“Expecting a notable jump in gas prices as early as today but in the next 72 hours throughout the Great Lakes that could bring prices back over $4/gal temporarily in MI, IN, OH, IL and WI,” said Patrick De Haan, senior energy analyst at Gas Buddy in a statement….
Source: The Epoch Times