The price for a gallon of gas is trending higher again in Wyoming – that’s according to and its survey of nearly 500 gas stations throughout the state.

“Wyoming stands at an average price of about $3.48 per gallon – that’s up slightly from $3.46 a week ago, but remains about seven cents below where we were last year,” senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan said.

DeHaan also said that motorists can expect prices to inch higher again this week.

“(Prices may) continue to (increase) to a smaller degree this week,” DeHaan said. “We’re still waiting to prices to peak out before beginning, perhaps, to drop slightly as we approach mid-June.”

Gas is selling for $3.32 in Casper and $3.35 in Cheyenne and Laramie. DeHaan said the national average also increased by about a penny last week to $3.63.

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