Corrie fans spot bizarre blunder as character changes the weather with her mind

Coronation Street fans were left stunned when Yasmeen Nazir appeared to change the weather with the power of her mind.

The Beast from the East played havoc with filming on the cobbles as the weather drastically shifted between scenes.

One minute there was a blizzard in Weatherfield as snow fell down on heartbroken Zeedan Nazir outside the pub.

But just moments later Daniel Osbourne and Sinead Tinker were walking down the street on glorious sunshine.

However, it was Yasmeen’s powerful words in an intermittent scene that led Corrie fans to believe she caused the weather to change.


Rana and Yasmeen were standing in their orangery as they looked out to the falling snow.

While thunder boomed out, Yasmeen admitted she hated seeing Rana and her grandson masquerading as a couple.

She said: “You cannot change your nature more than I can change the weather and you shouldn’t have to try.”

But just seconds later in a bizarre twist, Daniel and Sinead were walking home from the pub holding hands in bright sunshine.

There was no sign of a snow storm as the cobbles appeared to be completely dry.

How did the weather manage to change so quickly? Was it Yasmeen’s spiritual powers?

One thing she couldn’t change was poor Zeedan’s suffering, as he walked into pub just as Beth spilled the gossip about Kate and Rana being “proper lesbos”.

The loud-mouthed factory worker didn’t realise Zeedan was standing behind her, causing him to storm out of The Rovers.

Distressed Zeedan leaned up against the wall while heavy snow fell down on the increasingly wet cobbles.

Corrie viewers took to Twitter after spotting the changing weather.

One viewer said: "A bit of a continuity error with the weather tonight."

Another added: "Strange weather in Weatherfield. Zidan in the snow, Sinead in the sun."

A third said: "Come on #Corrie … snowing on one side of the street & dry & sunny on the other side – weirder weather than in Durham!!!"

*Coronation Street continues on Wednesday on ITV at 7.30pm and 8.30pm

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