Meanwhile, Massachusetts drivers are paying 44 cents more per gallon with self-serve, regular unleaded gas averaging $2.70 per gallon - the highest price recorded locally in two years.
In Minnesota, we're paying about 28 cents per gallon more for gas than we did past year at this time. Tuesday's rate outpaced the national average of $2.64 per gallon, up from $2.37 last week and $2.20 a year ago.
The reason, said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy, is that oil refineries in the Northeast diverted much of their output to states along the Gulf of Mexico, which sustained fuel shortages after they were hammered by Harvey.
By Sunday afternoon, the typical price at gas stations around Oneida was about $2.50 per gallon, up considerably from just a few days earlier.
Over the past week, retail prices at the pumps for regular gas have climbed about 45 cents at Stewart's Shops around the region, she said.
A mile to the north, a Kroger station on North Tarrant Parkway had gas for $2.59 a gallon, and a nearby RaceTrac was selling fuel for $2.65.
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DeHaan wrote, "While it may be weeks or longer before all refineries are back online, we now turn our attention to Hurricane Irma".
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, gas prices continue to rise in the Carolinas.
"It really comes down to supply and demand", D'Amelia said. The twist - of the economic knife - is that's where gas prices stand as Floridians fill tanks and gas cans as Hurricane Irma poses a threat.
"After Harvey, normal gasoline flows have been slowed", DeHaan said. Before being influenced by the storm and shutdown and damage to plants in the Gulf, the Maplefield's price was around $2.40.
The rise in prices has not been caused by a spike in the price of crude oil.
At the peak, more than 3 million barrels, more than a fifth of daily US refining capacity, were taken offline from Corpus Christi to Port Arthur. "U we also are keeping an eye on Irma, the next storm as its moving its way across the Atlantic". Help has to be able to get that production back up to speed.