Here are some snow photos from the Los Angeles Times archives.Enjoy.Scott HarrisonJan. 8, 1977: Snow on a mountainside near Big Bear Lake gives an otherwordly look to the site of relay station and fire lookout tower.Jan. 15, 1978: Traffic stalls on Angeles Crest Highway as the California Highway Patrol stops cars without chains. This was at 7,000 foot altitude, west of the Mt. Waterman ski lift.Dec. 18, 1978: A Caltrans vehicle ended up on its nose after skidding on snow-covered Angeles Crest Highway near Mt. Wilson.Nov. 12, 1978: Snow-laden trees at Running Springs in the San Bernardino Mountains.Feb. 1, 1979: Snow is piled up in downtown Banning after 19 inches of snow fell, the heaviest snowfall at the time since 24 inches fell in 1947.Feb. 23, 1980: A stretch of Route 395 near Crowley Lake is empty after heavy snow.Jan. 28, 1981: Snow falls on Big Bear City.Feb. 1, 1981: Snow sparkles at 9,000 feet in the Sierra. Lake Tahoe lies far below, to the right.March 29, 1983: Sierra Nevada Inn manager Jim LeFeber clears a path near a swimming pool in a record snow year at Mammoth Lakes.Dec. 18, 1984: Supermarket shoppers in Palmdale find the task complicated by snowfall.Feb. 9, 1989: Aerial photo of snow-covered neighborhood in Valencia near the Henry Mayo Hospital.Feb. 28, 1991: A dog waits in a pickup truck as a snowplow goes by on Route 330 near Big Bear.