FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – As travel increases and fuel demand intensifies, our gas prices are poised to go up.
“Rising crude oil and gasoline futures could drag retail gasoline prices higher this week,” Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for the American Automobile Association, said in an email. “Based on the shift in wholesale gasoline prices, Florida’s state average may rise a minimum of 5-10 cents this week.”
The price of crude oil rose 5% last week, which hints at a coming increase at the gas pump.
On Monday morning, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Florida is $2.85, according to AAA data. That’s below the national average of $3.05.
Locally, the average prices are as follows:
- Miami-Dade County: $2.89
- Broward County: $2.89
- Monroe County: $2.95
- Palm Beach County: $2.99
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