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Northeast Ohio drivers see Harvey's impact at the pump

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Posted at 5:22 PM, Sep 05, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-05 17:22:17-04

Northeast Ohio is seeing the impact from Hurricane Harvey at the pump.

Gas prices have jumped 29 cents in the region this week, according to AAA East Central's Gas Price Report. This brings the average price to $2.558 per gallon in Norhtheast Ohio. The average price the week before was $2.266. During the week of September 6 last year, the average sat at $2.112.

A main reason for the price jump is the gasoline supply distribution disruption out of the Gulf Coast. Gas prices will begin to lower again when deliveries to the Midwest get back on track.

The average prices of the unleaded self-service gasoline in various areas are:

  • Alliance: $2.619
  • Ashland: $2.540
  • Ashtabula: $2.521
  • Aurora: $2.5999
  • Chesterland: $2.516
  • Cleveland: $2.530
  • Elyria: $2.544
  • Independence: $2.554
  • Lorain: $2.524
  • Lyndhurst: $2.562
  • Massillon: $2.581
  • Mentor: $2.58
  • New Philadelphia: $2.593
  • Niles: $2.552
  • Norwalk: $2.550
  • Oberlin: $2.559
  • Parma: $2.573
  • Ravenna: $2.574
  • Solon: $2.601
  • Willard: $2.501
  • Youngstown: $2.538