What comes up time and time again, though, is that if you don't live where it snows, all-season tires are shown to be worse in every single category compared to summer tires. The ONE area where all-seasons win is sub-zero temperatures. All-seasons will still work down to about -10F. Not well, but long after summer tires have turned into rocks.
The best suggestion, then, if you do live where it snows, is to have a set of summer tires and winter tires and swap them.
It says that you are in Texas
, so you might do well with just summer only tires, depending on how far south in the state you are.