CLEVELAND - The Ohio AAA says gas prices have spiked more than 20 cents per gallon because of regional supply concerns brought on by refinery issues.
If you need to fill-up your gas tank this week, it'll end up costing you more than 20 cents per gallon more compared to last week.
Regular unleaded is averaging $3.64 per gallon in greater Cleveland. That's a 20 cent spike from one week ago. It's also higher than the national average of $3.52.
The cheapest gas in the area is at Midtown Quality Gas on Euclid Avenue at $3.47 per gallon of fuel.
The Marathon on Woodland is holding steady at $3.58 a gallon; Fuel at the Shell on E. 55th Street will cost $3.59 each gallon. It's the same price at the Duchess BP off Rt. 21 in Norton.
Our Facebook friend Pam Abbott said gas is $3.31/gallon at the BP on Arlington Road by I-77 in Green.
The prices are according to GasBuddy.com and were posted within the last 24 hours.
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