Prices Creep up again with little notice
1/09/2006 08:33:00 AM | Author: baloghblog
Back up above $2.50/gallon again. I don't remember any recent hurricanes, what gives?


Did you know that we're (Syracuse) is near the high price of gas for the country?

MSNBC:
At $2.59 a gallon, Honolulu had the highest average price for self-serve, regular unleaded gas, while the lowest price was $2.03 a gallon in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Local prices:
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3 comments:

On 8:59 AM , NYCO said...

What gives? Christmas shopping season is over, that's what gives. [/cynicism]

 
On 11:09 AM , RomeHater said...

The pre-Katrina high for gas was $2.61. I suspect prices will go down again if the winter is mild. If not, look out!

 
On 11:37 AM , Melissa said...

Here in Ithaca, we were rejoicing when gas prices fell to $2.39 for the cheap stuff. Lately they've been hovering around $2.60. I have to laugh when I remember paying .98/gallon for gas in Georgia, when I first started to drive. Of course, that was thirteen years ago . . .