The weekly Triple A gas report is out. It shows a major jump in prices since last week.
Michigan begins June with the statewide average at $3.92 a gallon for self serve regular. This is an increase of 7.4 cents from last week, and one cent more than the price from a year ago. The national average is $3.67.
The weekly regional reports average the prices from stations in the respective areas. In the Marquette Region, covering all the Upper Peninsula stations, the price is $3.74, making it the lowest regional price in the state. The highest regional reports are in Traverse City and Bay City/Saginaw at $3.93.
Triple A reports that Michigan is one of just three states that saw gas prices go up by a nickel or more over the past week. Ohio is up by 11 cents, and Kentucky up by six cents. Wholesale gas prices are also on the rise.
The following is the list of the various regional reports and the average prices as of Monday morning:
Ann Arbor: $3.930
Benton Harbor: $3.904
Grand Rapids: $3.916
Lansing/E. Lansing: $3.919
Saginaw/Bay City/Midland: $3.939
Traverse City: $3.939