Driving for the upcoming eclipse will cost you more because gas prices just went up… again. That makes it the 4th straight week.

GasBuddy.com averaged almost 500 stations across the Cowboy State and found that a gallon of regular is going to cost you almost four cents a gallon more, 3.9 cents to be exact. The average gallon of gas will cost you $2.35 while the national average is $2.34.

Wyoming gasoline is up 13.7 cents from a month ago, and 15.8 cents up from a year ago. Driving for the upcoming eclipse will cost you more.

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