There is a reason why most people end up buying two sets of tyres for their vehicle. Summer tyres are designed for hot weather and mainly dry and wet asphalt roads. They are also designed to handle heavy summer rain and avoid aquaplaning. They are not designed to handle cold temperatures or icy and snowy conditions.
Winter tyres are designed to handle cold temperatures and harsh winter conditions, which include snow, ice and slush. They are not designed to handle warm temperatures. So make sure that you always have the correct tyres installed for the conditions that you will experience when you drive.