Filling up your vehicles gas tank has gotten more expensive, everyday over the past 32 days in a row.

Gas prices in Casper alone have jumped another 10 cents over night and don't appear to be slowing down.

Gasoline costs an average of $3.09 for a gallon of regular unleaded in Natrona County.  This recent change puts us back on par with last year's record setting cost pace per gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. The continued troubles with Iran, shaky global economy, investor interest and scheduled maintenance at refineries across the country are all responsible for the current spike in gasoline prices up from $2.56 a gallon, just about a month ago.

Gas prices, which traditionally rise during spring after winter lows, are already moving their way up quickly.  Last fall, Wyoming had an an average gasoline price of $3.60 a gallon for regular unleaded by the end of March. Lets hope the recent spike in gas prices doesn't drive us back to that level in the several weeks.  Currently the Wyoming Average for a gallon of regular unleaded is $3.15 a gallon.

Casper gas prices range from a low of $2.96 for a gallon of regular at Sinclair - 902 E 2nd street to the high of $3.19 at the Conoco and Shell stations on the corner of F street & North Center street.

Source: Gas Buddy