This is a video of what I believe was a funnel cloud forming over Sunrise and Plantation around 7:15pm on Friday, September 7, 2012.
I was heading south on I-95 near downtown Ft. Lauderdale, and noticed a GIGANTIC thunderstorm off to the west. I pulled up PYKL3 on my phone, and was impressed by how strong the storm appeared to be... and slightly amazed, because just a couple of miles east where I was, it was sunny and nice. I took the ramp to westbound 595, and then I saw it... what appeared to be a funnel cloud. I instantly started recording, and headed towards it (exiting 595 and heading north on US-441).
I'm not 100% sure this was a funnel cloud, but my doubt is ONLY because I haven't seen any independent confirmation of it. No funnel clouds were reported by NOAA, and I didn't see any automatic TVS or mesovortices detected in the radar I saw in PYKL3.
On the OTHER hand, I wasn't able to actually check the radar with PYKL3 while I was shooting the video, and it's quite possible that I just never saw them. Unfortunately, I was an idiot and forgot that NOAA only keeps TVS and Meso data for a little over 24 hours, and it was gone by the time I tried grabbing it from their FTP server. I'm hoping AllisonHouse might keep it around a bit longer and still have it available, if only so I can feel good and validate that it was likely to be real.