Severe thunderstorms and tornado conditions are probable in many central Indiana counties this afternoon and evening.
Safety experts say newer homes are often better anchored than older ones and some places that may not initially come to mind can offer good shelter.
Several buildings in Henryville have been restored, but much work still needs to be done.
Hurricane Isaac is expected to hit just west of Tampa on Monday.
A report shows the number of tornadoes in Indiana merits the state's inclusion in "tornado alley."
Most of the tornado debris has been picked up and now rebuilding is starting in Southern Indiana.
Governor Mitch Daniels was notified Thursday night that five Indiana counties hit hard by storms in February and March, would receive federal assistance.
Notebooks and paper will come in handy when Henryville elementary, junior high, and high school students finally go back to class in early April.
Tornado victims have until May 31 to file their tax returns.
Meteorologists say the setup is similar to the system that fueled at least 20 tornadoes Wednesday in the Midwest.