NEBRASKA -- All across the state, Nebraskans are seeing records being set, as gas prices continue to rise.

AAA reported the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is now just shy of $4.59 in the state. That's up about a cent and half from the previous all-time high, which had been set Tuesday. In the last month, Nebraskans have seen gas prices on average rise about 60 cents per gallon and they're almost a $1.70 higher than they were last year at this time.

Throughout Nebraska, prices have hit the $5 mark in some rural towns. In the Thedford area, AAA says residents are paying roughly over $5.20 a gallon.

As for the county likely seeing the most commuters looking for a little less pain, Rock County in north central Nebraska is averaging a state low of $4.39 a gallon.