The price of a gallon of regular gasoline is up two cents this week according to Triple A Northeast.
Triple A's latest survey finds self-serve regular gasoline at an average of $2.47, six cents below the current National Average.
Mary Maguire is the Director of Public and Legislative Affairs for Triple A Northeast; she says ''high demand and falling supply levels are keeping prices from dropping quickly following the post hurricane spikes''.
Maguire says Crude Oil Prices are at 2017 highs, and that has a short term impact.
The range in prices in the latest Triple A Survey is 35 cents from a low of $2.29 to a high of $2.64.