‘The national average rose last week as the transition to summer gasoline has now started across the entire country,’ according to Patrick De Haan of GasBuddy.
AKRON, Ohio — Ouch. Gas prices throughout Northeast Ohio have spiked once again.
Drivers in Akron are now paying 32.8 cents more per gallon when compared to last week as the city’s average climbs to $3.36, according to new data released by GasBuddy early Monday.
Cleveland’s average is now listed at $3.39 after prices jumped 23.2 cents within the last week. For some context, Cleveland’s prices are now 4.6 cents lower than a month ago and 46.2 cents cheaper than a year ago.
The national average, meanwhile, experienced a much smaller price increase by rising 3.5 cents per gallon within the last week to $3.36 per gallon.
“The national average rose last week as the transition to summer gasoline has now started across the entire country. The higher cost of these various blends is being passed along …