Posted in: Gas Prices,
by Patrick DeHaan on May 17, 2013 04:49 PM
It was coming. Some states and cities have shattered records that have stood for nearly five years and gasoline prices skyrocket in the Midwest.
Minneapolis saw another jump over night and into today to $4.39 a gallon, beating out consistently high Honolulu by a dime! There's more bad news before the light at the end of the tunnel- more hikes may hit in the day or two ahead. But relief isn't far off- prices may peak in the next week before beginning to decline. The high prices for gasoline are sure to attract replenishment from far away. Records for gas prices are listed below.
Cities and states and their pricing status:
NE: $4.00. All time high $4.09 on 7/13/08.
Lincoln: $3.96. All time high $4.14 on 7/13/08.
Omaha: $4.05. All time high $4.08 on 7/13/08.
IA: $3.97. All time high $3.99 on 7/15/08.
Des Moines: $4.00. All time record.
Quad Cities: $3.85. All time high $4.10 on 7/15/08.
ND: $4.08. All time record.
Fargo: $3.99. All time record.
SD: $3.83. All time high $4.08 on 7/15/08.
Sioux Falls $4.05. All time record.
OK: $3.89. All time high $3.92 on 7/16/08.
Oklahoma City: $3.94. All time record.
Tulsa: $3.85. All time high $3.91 on 7/5/08.
KS: $3.87. All time high $3.97 on 7/15/08.
Topeka: $3.86. All time high $3.97 on 7/13/08.
Wichita: $3.82. All time high $3.90 on 6/27/08.
MN: $4.27. All time record.
Twin Cities: $4.33. All time record.
MO: $3.77. All time high 3.98 on 7/15/08.
Kansas City: $3.85. All time high $4.10 on 7/16/08.
St. Louis: $3.72. All time high $4.04 on 5/11/11.