NEW YORK — Gas prices hit a high for the year on Labor Day as refineries work to recover after Harvey.
As of Monday, the nationwide average for a gallon of gas was averaged $2.638, according to the AAA. That’s up from $2.45 on Thursday.

Gas prices are expected to decline by mid- to late September because early reports do not show significant damage to refineries in Corpus Christi and Houston, AAA spokeswoman Jeanette Casselano said in a statement Thursday.

The Energy Department said Monday that eight refineries are beginning the process of restarting after being shut down, while four refineries in the

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