WICHITA, Kan. -- The price you pay at the pump has risen recently and don't expect prices to drop.
The price for a gallon of gasoline climbed to $3.45 at many Wichita stations today, after the jump to $3.35 last week..
Analysts expect the price of gasoline to go higher in the next couple of months. They cite the rising price of crude oil, now trading above $100 a barrel, as well as refineries making changes to produce more expensive summer-blend gasoline.
Gasbuddy.com predicts national gas prices could climb up to forty cents by late April.