PENNSYLVANIA, USA — Gas prices hit another record high in Pennsylvania Friday morning, rising five cents overnight to $4.86 for a gallon of regular unleaded.
Experts predict prices will continue to rise, possibly over $5 a gallon soon. They point to high demand for gas at the start of the summer travel season and a low supply of gas in parts of the country.
There is a wide range of prices across Pennsylvania, with some of the highest prices in the state in Northeastern PA.
GasBuddy.com estimates that Americans as a whole are paying $626 million more per day on gas than we were at this time last year.
To find gas prices near you, go to wnep.com/gastracker.