Running in icy conditions is something I refuse to do. It's not worth falling and breaking something. Sure, I can still run with a broken arm, but not a broken leg.
When I am able to run, I'm submitting myself to cold wet feet due to my shoe choice. Perhaps I should have picked a different model of vibrams like this one, but it's too late to change that. I have a feeling that my feet would still get wet as the slush usually seeps in between my toes (and the ultralite hiker in me says it's unnecessary weight). I wear wool Injiji socks which deal with the occasional slush-pile quite well while still keeping my feet comfortable, but when it's nothing but slush there's no help.
The point of this post is: I haven't gone running in 3 days due to this crap-tastic weather and I'M CRANKY! Hell or high water, I'm going running tonight. I'm considering double layering my socks for warmth (it's going to be a balmy 2 degrees with a windchill between -12 and -2) and I'll definitely be putting the capeline on underneath my running tights (which, btw, don't help with with frog look) and confiscating my fiance's old wind shirt.