Prices at the pump jump across Oklahoma, could continue to rise

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Snow may be on the ground but your wallet is probably feeling the pinch of spring.

In Oklahoma, prices at the pump have jumped 22 cents in the past month.

At this moment, our state-wide average is about $3.33-a-gallon.

AAA estimates that number will jump in the coming weeks because of seasonal maintenance.

Experts also say tension between Russia and Ukraine could contribute to rise in pump prices.

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