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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio The biggest cost for Thanksgiving dinner this year might be the gas to drive there.
The latest survey shows gas prices have gone up 13 cents in the past two weeks to a national average of $3.09 per gallon.
Oil industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says she expects it to get worse. "Customers will probably be paying at least a dime more because the industry has been squeezed between higher costs, and their selling price is not keeping pace," she said.
Utah is believed to be below the national average, although, recent quotes on AAA's Web site have a lot of stations in the Salt Lake Valley selling unleaded gasoline for $3.10 per gallon, or more.