Directed at fellow Pacific Northwest drivers since we have heavy winter rains but anyone with similar climate do feel free to contribute... So my rig came with a set of nearly-new Dueler ATs for daily use and I love them and have read that they do well in wet weather conditions, but it also came with a spare set of mounted non-studded snow tires. My question is that I live in Oregon where we get a lot of rain through winter, so I am trying to figure out if I should just run the ATs and they will do ok if we get some random snow this year (which isn't guaranteed here and usually only a couple of days a year) but mainly I want to hear how these tires do for folks who run into LOTS of water on the highways, do they stay planted? I assume if I put the snow tires on they would obviously help with snow, but for the rest of the time would they be better than the Dueler's in heavy rain or are my ATs best? Just really confused on the performance of snow tires in rain.