If you think gas prices are too high, you could soon get a break.
Over the last two weeks, industry analysts have reported a 15-cents-per-gallon hike in gasoline prices.
In the Meridian area, the price of regular unleaded gasoline has so far peaked at a $1.69.
AAA officials attribute the price increase to a lagging supply and increased demand.
Industry officials say prices should begin to drop after Labor Day.
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