Berrien County authorities advised people to drive carefully as snow-covered roads created some slippery conditions late Wednesday, including a slick stretch of Interstate 94 that was closed for two hours after a multivehicle crash. Several slide-offs and accidents were reported along Interstate 94, dispatch said. But shortly before 11 p.m., a crash at mile marker 36 involved four semi-trucks and four other vehicles. One truck jackknifed and was hit by another to set off the chain reaction, resulting in minor injuries to two people. The highway was closed as crews cleared up the accident. A caller to SBT24/7 News was stuck in traffic near Stevensville, Mich., and said conditions kept travel at about 5 mph. Although there was not a lot of blowing snow causing visibility problems, the caller said the roads were slick and icy. Van Buren County authorities also reported several accidents along Interstate 94, including a reported rollover in the eastbound lanes near mile marker 53. Dispatch said no injuries had been reported, but drivers should use caution and expect slippery, snow-covered roads. Light snow is expected to continue into the morning, with up to 2 inches of accumulation, according to WSBT chief meteorologist Rick Mecklenburg. An additional inch or two are likely Thursday, with very cold temperatures and lows reaching 5 degrees Thursday night. Road conditions are likely to be slick across northern Indiana and southwest Michigan, the National Weather Service warns. Although the snow isn’t heavy, some spots will see visibility reduced briefly. a href="http://www.wsbt.com/weather">Get the full forecast and check StormTracker radar Submit your photos and videos to YouNews, and they could be shown on TV! Check all the area watches and warnings For further updates on weather and travel conditions, as well as school delays or closings, stay with WSBT-TV and WSBT Radio News or check with our SBT24/7 News partners at http://www.southbendtribune.com.