Hurricanes and tropical storms have crisscrossed Florida since long before tracking maps, spaghetti plots and cones of uncertainty entered our vocabulary.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) maintains an extensive archive of hurricane data, and one interactive map allows users to chart storms that have impacted a city, county, region or state. Different colors represent different storm strengths.

Florida's interactive, color-coded chart looks like somebody spilled a set of Pick-Up Sticks across a state map. It's that congested.

Below are a series of images showing color-coded, hurricane tracking lines superimposed over a Florida map. It includes all tropical storms and hurricanes that made landfall in Florida for the past 100 years, through 2015.

(Don't see photos below? Tap here.)