Prince Edward Island drivers will be paying more at the pumps tomorrow, but the home heating oil bill will be going down.
The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission is set to make its mid-month price adjustment.
The commission will make the new prices official on Thursday.
However, The Guardian has learned that gas prices will be increasing by 3.5 cents per litre.
That will push the price at the pumps to 123.1 to 124.1 cents per litre for regular gas and self-serve pumps.
Diesel drivers will actually see the price at the pumps drop by 3.0 cents per litre.
Home heating oil prices, including furnace and stove oil, will also fall by 3.0 cents per litre.
The new prices will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15.
The next scheduled price adjustment is on Dec. 1.
The average price at the pumps, according to Gasbuddy.com, is 120.8 cents per litre and holding steady for gas at self-serve pumps.