SAN ANTONIO — If you think gas prices jumped this week, you're right.
On average, prices at the pump went up by 14 cents across Texas.
In San Antonio, several areas of town are seeing prices hovering at about $2.09, although many gas stations still have gas for less than $2 a gallon.
The last time Texas saw a jump this big was when Hurricane Harvey hit the coast in August of 2019. That week, prices went up 23 cents from one week to the next, according to AAA Texas.
Gas in the Lone Star state is still cheaper than much of the country, where gas is averaging $2.38 a gallon.