Gas prices in Wisconsin and around the country are climbing up about a dime a week.
Experts said uncertainty in energy-exporting countries like Sudan and Venezuela has been a factor in the spike.
Right now, the state average is $3.44 a gallon. Madison is a bit below that at $3.41, but that is up 11 cents from last week.
Janesville drivers are paying $3.41 a gallon, which is up 9 cents from last week. Milwaukee gas stations have some of the highest gas prices in the state at $4.35 gallon, which is up 10 cents from last week.
To help consumers predict when gas prices will be the lowest, there?s a new website, called Fuelcaster that claims to predict whether local gas prices will rise or fall in a 24-hour period.
Experts said while apps like Fuelcaster are fun, there is no way to actually predict prices at the pump.