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Gas prices jump up after weeks of decline

Hundreds of miles away, refinery issues are causing pain at the gas pump in your backyard. According to AAA Wisconsin, gas prices in the Green Bay metro area are at $3.93 a gallon as of Tuesday morning, which is 12 cents higher than Monday and 50 cents higher than a week ago. Some gas stations in Door and Kewaunee counties were under that average price this morning, while others in Green Bay and its surrounding suburbs were at $4.09 a gallon. GasBuddy senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan warned consumers of this occurring on Friday after an oil refinery fire killed two workers and shut down the facility. The good news is the increase should be short-lived. AAA Wisconsin spokesperson Nick Jarmusz told the Green Bay Press-Gazette that the prices should level off and even decrease once refineries finish their necessary maintenance and repairs.

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