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Wanna trade? East Coast battles heat while Alaska braves snow

DENALI, Alaska - Some states baking in the country’s latest heat wave may want to trade places with Alaska where it’s cold and snowing in some parts.People in central Alaska woke up Tuesday to light snow that swept across parts of the state overnight. But the snow didn’t last long as it melted when warmer afternoon temperatures kicked in, according to the National Weather Service. Riley Johnson captured footage as is snowed at Denali National Park. Meanwhile, according to FOX Weather, the Northeast and New England have been dealing with a heat wave for much of August — although cooler temperatures are on the way. RELATED: Newark water emergency due to water main breakThe outlet reported millions of Americans from the mid-Atlantic to New England will need to deal with high temperatures for at least one more day.

Heat advisories are in place from southeastern New Hampshire and Boston through Providence, New York City, Philadelphia and eastern Maryland.The West recently had to deal with soaring temperatures as well. The Pacific Northwest braced for yet another heat wave over the weekend and the temperature in Denver hit 101 degrees Fahrenheit last Friday, breaking a record set in 1877.The Multnomah County Medical Examiner said Monday that one person potentially died Sunday in Portland, Oregon, when the temperature reached 100 degrees Fahrenheit.Climate change is fueling longer heat waves in the Pacific Northwest, a region where weeklong heat spells had been rare, according to climate experts.Experts advise people to stay hydrated during the hot weather months, avoid the outdoors during peak heat hours and wear sunscreen.FOX News and the Associated Press contributed to this report. This story was reported from Los Angeles. 

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Joan Collins, 89, 'recovering' after being rushed to hospital in Monaco amid health scare
Page Six, adding that she's still strutting in her famous "six-inch heels".They added that the "pain has been excruciating but fortunately she's dealt with it, and she's OK now."It comes as Joan sparked concern among her fans as she shared a sunny snap from her Monaco trip.The award-winning actress told her fans that she had since been rushed to hospital after having a "trapped nerve" in her leg.She penned: "Enjoying a great day out, one week before I had to go to the Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco for a trapped nerve in my leg."Not fun! But they were great!"#monaco #princessgracehospital #princessgrace #hospital #trappednerve #funinthesun #imonaboat," Joan added at the end of her post.A pinched nerve occurs when excessive pressure is applied to a nerve by the surrounding muscles, bones or cartilage, according to the Mayo Clinic.In the post, the Hollywood actress put on a leggy display in white shorts, teamed with a blue and white shirt.It's not the first time that the Hollywood legend has been rushed to hospital in pain.Dame Joan previously credited pilates for getting her in “the best shape [of] my life”However, three years ago the star told how she was left needing medical assistance after a “clash” in Los Angeles.The Dynasty star said she “didn’t let anybody know” about what happened following her being rushed to hospital.On her pilates woes, Dame Joan commented: “I woke up just screaming in agony in the middle of the night and I was rushed to hospital.”Luckily, Joan told how it was likely an injury she sustained from doing pilates.She said: “It was worse than childbirth, but it was just a pulled muscle.“I didn’t let anybody know.