By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – AAA says the 37 million Americans who are hitting the road for Memorial Day weekend will pay the highest gas prices since 2014.

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Gas prices in western Pennsylvania are two cents higher this week at $3.17 a gallon, according to AAA. This time last year, gas prices in the Pittsburgh area were sitting at $2.34.

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AAA says the national average has stabilized after the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, but prices at the pump will likely fluctuate leading up to the weekend.

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The national average went down a penny to $3.03, the first decrease in two weeks, says AAA.