If you are planning on doing any traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, expect to pay more at the gas pump. According to AAA, holiday gas prices are expected to be the highest they have been since 2014. Gas is up to nearly $2.80 in some areas in the Tri-State, and you can expect to see that price get higher as the Thanksgiving weekend approaches.

Why is the price of gas so high this year? There are a few factors that come into play here, including Hurricane Harvey, OPEC production cuts, and unrest in the Middle East, according to experts.

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