If you're still looking for gas that's below three dollars per gallon, keep looking.
Prices across much of the state have started going back up.
After spiking just over a month ago due to refinery problems in the Midwest, gas dropped to as low as $2.90 a gallon in some areas this week.
Now, many stations have raised their prices by 20-cents or more.
Patrick DeHaan of gasbuddy-dot-com says its because some folks believe the economy is finally getting stronger…
The price of oil is over 100-dollars a barrel for the first time in awhile, due in part to a glut in the market clearing up and unrest in Egypt.
According to gasbuddy-dot-com, the lowest price of regular unleaded in Washington this morning was $3.63 a gallon.
It was $3.58 in Vincennes.
The state average was about $3.43.