Omaha's gasoline prices are up about 10-cents in the past week, according to the price watching website, OmahaGasPrices.com
The per gallon price averaged $3.90 in Omaha as of Sunday. That compares with a national average of $3.81, an increase of a just a penny in the same time frame.
Omaha's prices are 14-cents per gallon higher than they were a year ago, and they're 21-cents higher than a month ago.
"Even with Isaac long gone, the oil industry is still bringing capacity back online at refineries and oil rigs, which is keeping pressure on prices," said GasBuddy.com Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan.
"Supply remains tight across the country as we slowly
approach the transition to winter-spec gasoline," he added, "but I continue to be firm in believing that the national average will start to decline towards the end of September, as is typically the case," DeHaan said.