After all of the fun we had with low gas prices this winter, it looks like we may not be seeing that again until next winter. Gas prices have been under $2 since November, which is the longest stretch its been that low since 2008-09.

The reason for the spike in gas prices now is cause everyone is starting to drive more as the weather gets warmer. It's that thing you probably went over in High School, supply and demand.

Michigan's average price per gallon is nearly 30 cents higher than last month but still 50 cents cheaper than it was last year. And many stations across the state are selling gas for well below $2 per gallon, especially across Lansing where gas prices are at an average of $1.98.

So basically fill up your tank now so you can avoid paying over $2 as much as possible.