Gas rises 33 cents to $4.71 a gallon

Regular-grade gasoline has risen 33 cents in the past two weeks to $4.71 per gallon.

Sunday's price jump is due to higher crude oil costs and tight gasoline supplies, says Lundberg Survey analyst Trilby Lundberg.

Pump prices are $1.61 higher than a year ago.

San Francisco Bay Area gas costs $6.20 per gallon, the most nationwide. Tulsa, Oklahoma, averages $3.92 per gallon.

Diesel prices rose 9 cents in two weeks, to $5.66 per gallon, according to a survey.

AAA's Andrew Gross said drivers should expect higher prices this summer, especially if the Ukraine war continues.

Gross told Fox News Digital, "Demand's up." "This time of year is slow. We usually see a demand lull between spring break and Memorial Day, but last week there was an increase, which is rare.

AAA says a gallon of regular was $3.04 a year ago.

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