I would not expect a "Winter Tire" to provide the same traction as a "Summer Tire". Basically Winter Tires are designed to provide traction at temperatures below 32 Deg, while maintaining Traction at temps between 32-60.... Any temp above that the Winter Tire would be outside it's design area.
Summer Tires typically work the opposite.... So best bet unless it's freezing would be Summer Tire.
The only detail would be the Tires Themselves (ie wear and performance type) ie a basic summer tire vs true performance winter might be closer together vs a true performance summer vs standard winter.