No this won't help at all.
Instead, you should consider snow/ice tyres for winter. They're a different compound of rubber and will give far superior traction on snow and ice than a regular road tyre would.
Downside is winter tyres are terrible in summer because they wear faster, so you ideally have two sets of rims and swap all four over in spring and autumn.
If snow is a common and significant hazard in your area, consider carrying chains, or snow socks, or other traction aids.
To equalise wear, you need to do wheel rotation.
When you get to about half or 2/3-worn on your front tyres, swap both front wheels for both rear wheels. If you wear them down to the wear indicator its too late and you need to replace the fronts.
This assumes you have 4 full sized wheels and a different spare, or no spare. If you have 5 equal-sized wheels there are more options, search them out.
Do note that this can produce some slightly interesting handling in the first couple days after swapping the wheels. The front's grip get a bit better and the back wheel's grip get a bit worse.