HOUSTON Retail gasoline prices across Texas rebounded this week after falling for six weeks in a row, according to a weekly price survey recently released.

The AAA Texas survey showed regular-grade gasoline averaged $2.90 per gallon at Texas pumps this week, five cents more than last week.

The most expensive gas in the 11 Texas cities surveyed was found in Amarillo, where regular-grade skyrocketed by nearly 22 cents to an average of $3.30 per gallon. The cheapest gas was in Houston, where it rose 3 cents to $2.83 per gallon, according to the survey.

The national average price for regular-grade gasoline this week was $3.03 per gallon, 8 cents more than last week.

These are average per-gallon prices of regular, self-serve gasoline in Texas metro areas and the change from last week, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch released Friday:

Austin-San Marcos - $2.902, up 3.2 cents

Amarillo - $3.298, up 21.8 cents

Beaumont - $2.868, up 9.8 cents

Corpus Christi - $2.838, up 12.5 cents

Dallas - $2.854, up 2.3 cents

El Paso - $3.089, up 4.7 cent

Fort Worth - $2.846, up 3.2 cents

Galveston-Texas City - $2.840, up 4.3 cents

Houston - $2.825, up 3.3 cents

San Antonio - $2.867, up 3.3 cents

Texarkana (Texas only) - $2.882, up 8.2 cents