The IDF responded with intense artillery fire toward the location from which the two rockets were fired in southern Lebanon just minutes after residents of the border town of Kiryat Shmona heard loud explosions.
Army sources say that the source of the fire has been identified but that it was too soon to say which organization is responsible for the attack.
Two Katyusha rockets exploded near Kiryat Shmona, where residents reported seeing smoke rising from a fire sparked by one of the projectiles which landed on a hill overlooking the city.
Nissim Malka, Mayor of Kiryat Shmona, told Channel 2 News, "We woke up to the sounds of rockets this morning. At the moment residents are going to work as normal. We will notify them of changes if necessary."
Last August, four rockets fired from southern Lebanon targeted northern Israel, setting off air-raid sirens in Acre, Nahariya and additional areas in the Western Galilee and sending frightened local residents fleeing for cover.
Two of the Katyushas crossed the border and landed in Israel, causing no casualties but some damage.