Originally Posted by voodeaux
Though I live in Louisiana, sounds like the best thing I can do in the winter is get a set of all season tires. We almost never get snow, and seldom reach temps in the 20's. We do have plenty of mornings with the temps in the 30's.
For your case I would. Even though I put my winter tires on at the end of October and take them off the end of march, inevitably I get burned and there is snow in the morning. A good set of all seasons should cover you and would actually be better. True winter tires lose traction at 8 degrees above freezing(c) . I'm sure the difference is minimal in (f)