KENOSHA, WI–Temps are starting to rise and another sure sign of spring is the slow rise in the price at the pump. Fuel price analyst Trilby Lundberg says that in the past few weeks, refineries are beginning to produce the spring and summer blends of fuel which cost a little bit more.
Lundberg says that prep for that process causes a reduction in supply.
Sunday’s average for a gallon of regular in Kenosha is 2-43 a gallon, five cents more than a week ago.
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