Gasoline prices in West Virginia jumped up just in time for the long Fourth of July weekend.

After two months of slowly falling gas prices, they're on the rise again.

On Thursday morning, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in West Virginia, according to AAA, was $3.56 a gallon.

A few hours later, many gas stations across the state pumped the price up, in some cases by as much as 25 cents.

In Charleston, a gallon of gas was going for $3.59 Thursday morning.

On Friday morning, the price was at $3.79.

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