And, in the meantime, prices are rising everywhere as a result of the storm ahead of a holiday weekend which will see millions of people across the country will be making their last summer road trip. According to AAA, gas prices currently average $2.52 per gallon for regular unleaded, which is 17 cents more than it was a week ago. That’s also the most expensive gas has been all year. In Texas, which historically has some of the cheapest gas in the country, the average is $2.36 per gallon, up from $2.15 a week ago. (The most expensive gas in the U.S. can be found in California, where drivers are paying an average of $3.04 per gallon for regular unleaded.)

In other words, it’ll be a long time before Harvey is through with us.