Applying logic to anything within the oil industry isn't a good idea. You'll get a nose bleed.
It's anywhere from $2.49 to $2.59 around Pittsburgh as far as I've seen.
My favorite defiance of logic is from when prices were going down... Some stations wouldn't put their prices down quickly citing the gas they had in their subtanks, they had paid such and such for it, and thus they had to charge the prices they did... But as soon as prices started to go back up, they're all quick to match each other price-wise, watching it jump price twice sometimes in the same day. There's just not one iota of sense you can make of that other than the guys running the stations were 100% full of ****.
They're always the first to cry that the prices hurt them too... wah.