Gas prices spike

Local - 2/18/2013 3:53 PM

GLEN DANIEL - Gas prices have jumped almost 17 cents a gallon during the past in West Virginia.  According to Gas Buddy's daily survey of more than 1000 gas outlets in the Mountain State, prices now average around $3.84.  That compares to the national average that rose almost 12 cents to $3.68 a gallon.  Including these changes, gas prices are about 22 cents higher than a year ago and 45 cents higher than last month.  Experts say the prices will likely continue to rise.



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