More rounds of showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain will be pressing through the area this evening and tonight. Numerous Flash Flood Warnings have been issued for parts of our region.
Cars were lined up 7 deep....waiting for what some believe could become a "bargain" price of a penny below four dollars a gallon...in Somerset.
“It's going up...it's supposed to go up even more,” said driver Ann Sears, waiting to fill up at the Somerset Wal-Mart Murphy Oil station.
That same fear was evident in Williamsburg early Friday where drivers were angry over a 30 cent increase..just before noon.
“When I pulled in here maybe 30 minutes ago, it was $3.69....before I could get to the pump it was $3.99,” said driver Ryan Marsh.
There's also the fear that gas stations will run out of gas. The owner of a Williamsburg BP station worried his delivery truck wouldn't arrive on time. It did...but moments later..he raised his price from $3.75 to $4.09 because he says the hurricanes have caused both refinery and pipeline delivery problems..which drove up the wholesale price.