You can forget it. There is no way high performance summer tires will work in the snow. No way. Don't even try to drive, otherwise you might be making an insurance claim.
Does anyone remember that guy in NYC who tried driving home(to NJ) his 1M last year and wrecked it! I think with only three inches of snow!
Either buy a set of snow tires(even used ones) or just keep the car parked. Even in cold weather... summer tires just have no grip. Anything under 7' C over here... and you MUST have snow tires - or you can be charged "at fault" in an accident. That is the German way.