Saw a rarity this afternoon with semi-discrete cells across central WV. Went north 15 miles from Charleston to check one out and was surprised to see some smooth inflow features, a rain-free base, rising scud, a weak flanking line, and clear differential motion in the base, dare I say rotation. Frequent CG in and around the core and a stout wall of precip near the updraft. Couldn't get a decent visual lock on the base due to mountains, but this storm had more organized features on it that any other storm I've seen in this state. Looks like junk on radar, except for the strong OFB peeling away from the south side. Looked good enough in person that I abandoned an opportunity to stop and get some nice lightning video so I could try to get closer for a better view. No photos or video captures, as I was driving on wet, curvy 2-lane roads with no place to pull over.