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W. Pa. Gas Prices Rise with the National Average


February 28, 2019

After increasing by about eight cents last week, the average price of gasoline across Western Pennsylvania is nearly five cents more expensive this week at $2.641 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.

State averages in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states are mostly more expensive on the week, with pump prices ranging from as expensive as $2.61 in Pennsylvania to as cheap as $2.18 in Tennessee.

For a second week, the region saw a substantial drop in inventories. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), regional inventory decreased by nearly 2 mi...

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