After two consecutive weekly declines, the average price for a gallon of gas in Wyoming is on the rise again.

Analysts with say the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in Wyoming jumped about two cents to $3.62 per gallon last week.

Patrick DeHaan, a senior petroleum analyst with, says the national average, however, fell about two cents to $3.59 last week. DeHaan says uncertainty about U.S. action in Syria is causing much of the instability.

“We continue to be on this course that’s basically gas price limbo where prices are moving very slowly and in different directions in different areas of the country,” DeHaan said. “We’ll be paying very close attention to what President Obama says about Syria (on Tuesday) – it will certainly have far-reaching implications on oil and gas prices.”

Gas is selling for as low as $3.33 in Casper, $3.43 in Cheyenne and $3.42 in Laramie.