Gas prices around New England saw one of their biggest weekly increases this past week, thanks largely in part to Hurricane Harvey.

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GasBuddy.com's latest survey saw all Northeast states take a big hit at the pumps, due to refineries being shut down by Hurricane Harvey.

Here in Maine, the average price per gallon at the pump jumped 32.5 cents to $2.71 a gallon in the past week. In Presque Isle, as of 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, the price at most of the stations were at $2.83 a gallon. That;'s an increase of 25 cents over the price last Monday.

New Hampshire's pump prices saw a rise of 37.4 cents to $2.68 a gallon. The average price in Vermont was $2.71, a leap of 35.4 cents from last week.

The average price across the country increased to $2.64 a gallon. That was 23.8 cents higher than the previous week, 29.8 cents more than a month ago and 44.5 cents than at this time last year.

Analysts predict gas prices will continue to remain high until Texas recovers from Harvey.