I did a bit of a risky thing and drove from Portland to Seattle on the 21'' OEM MPS4S tires on Xmas afternoon. Most of the drive was 34-37F but had to drive through two areas of snow/snowing.
Honestly not terrible. Winter tires would have calmed my soul but the car didn't run away from me. I'll still be getting the 19'' OEM winter wheel and tire set but I think people saying they are hockey pucks in cold weather are just citing anecdotes from older tires.
Your temps were above freezing so no risk of hockey pucks there. I clearly had newer Michelin MXM all-seasons turn into hockey pucks on me. It was no fun, and made me get winter tires every season since then. THere is a big big difference between winter tires and all-seasons in the 5% of time where it really matters -- and likely a smaller marginal, but still worthwhile, difference in other cases where temps are below freezing -- whether wet, snowy or dry.