Notice higher prices at the pump? You're not alone. A new survey finds the price of gasoline has risen almost $.08 in just the past two weeks.
FOX News Radio's Don Mathisen has why:
Higher crude oil prices and refinery outages, pushing gas higher.
(Lundberg) "Several refineries closed because of the landing of Isaac, the storm Isaac. And several others, although they did not close completely, were running at reduced rates."
Oil analyst Trilby Lundberg says the national average for a gallon of regular gas is $3.84. Lundberg expects stable prices during the next few weeks.
Chicago has the most expensive gas at $4.30, and El Paso the cheapest at $3.44.
Don Mathisen, FOX News Radio.
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