Wisconsin gas prices sitting above $4; 8th highest in country
WAUSAU (WAOW) -
Gas prices in Wisconsin are now above four dollars for the first time all year.
But you may be seeing that price come down.
Wisconsin ranks eighth in the country for highest gas prices.
thinking of where the money is going to come from next to put in the
tank," said Jeremy Mouw of Weston.
Drivers we spoke
with said when the gas signs say four dollars, that's when the alarm
really when it's going to put the hole in the pocket," Mouw told
Wisconsin is well
above the rest of the country. According to Gasbuddy.com, an average
gallon of gas in Wisconsin is $3.96, which is 33 cents above the
United States average. Just one month ago, prices were 20 cents
really do anything about it," said Jake Egelhoff of Green Bay.
That's a thought
shared by many.
nice if it dropped another dollar, but that's not going to happen,"
said Jeff Debroux of Weston.
That's why some
drivers like Debroux are turning to savings cards. Instead of filling up
for $4.04 a gallon, Debroux is getting his gas at $3.69.
helps out when gas prices get this high," Debroux told Newsline
Experts report refinery issues are to blame for the spike in prices, but they said relief should be on the way.
the better obviously, but hopefully within a week's time you'll start
to see these prices flatten out and decline," said Gregg
Laskoski of Gasbuddy.com.
drivers say they hope to see soon.
hoping they drop down. Anything lower than four I'll be happy
with," said Mouw.