Sunday's average of $2.72 is 56 cents more than this time a year ago.
MI has the 14th most expensive gas in the nation, and the recent spike represents the second biggest change in the US week-over-week, AAA reports.
With thousands of Arizonans ready to roll out of town for the Fourth of July holiday, gas prices are much more expensive than past year at this time - and it could get worse.
This comes after the average cost for a gallon of self-serve gasoline had at least slightly dropped for four consecutive weeks.
"Going into the July 4 holiday, I can't remember the last time oil markets were so active", said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy.
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The whole West was a hotbed for high gas prices with refinery issues affecting Utah and Idaho.
Gas prices in Florida rose 2 cents during the past week, ending a 34-day decline of 24 cents. However, prices will remain well below the $3.60 average from July 4, 2014.
"Undoubtedly, the second half of the summer will be pricier than the first, thanks to OPEC's production increase falling short of expectations, sanctions to be placed back on Iran by November and falling US oil inventories", DeHaan said.
The group's Independence Day Travel Forecast defines the holiday period as Tuesday, July 3, through Sunday, July 8, anpredicts s a record number of travelers on the road: 39.7 million, despite the fact that the holiday falls mid week. This compares with the national average of $2.84 per gallon, which is unchanged from last week.