Gasoline prices for the long Labor Day holiday have seen significant increases in some parts of the country, jumping four cents over the past week to a national average of $3.62 per gallon of unleaded regular. That, according to AAA Auto Club’s Fuel Gauge. Some areas of the west, saw surprisingly precipitous increase, including Idaho which increased as much as a dime in some locations. Wyoming, on the other hand, remains below the national average at $3.56 per gallon according to the report. Lowest prices in the nation are again found in the southern states. The average price this week in Jackson Hole is 3.66 per gallon. The prices about 9-cents more in Teton Valley.