Well usually the better grip you get on dry land the worse it will be on wet. If you want something that will keep traction you will need softer tires, but those will be less friendly in the rain and won't last as long.
I have 285/35-18 Sumitomo HTR Z II tires, they hook pretty well on dry land, i haven't driven them in the rain yet (I don't plan to either, since i removed my wipers). They are a summer tire though, so depending on the conditions they could be driven in the rain.
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