Israel believes the rockets were fired by the Iranian al-Quds Force in Syria, said IDF spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus. The damage was limited and there were no casualties, he said.
A CNN team in the Golan Heights heard drones flying throughout the night and occasional explosions in the distance.
The IDF is responding to the rocket attacks, but the military had no more information on those responses at this time.
The IDF has been on high alert in the Golan Heights, and bomb shelters have been open and prepped since Tuesday.
Separately, Syrian military sources said Syrian air defenses were intercepting “hostile Israeli missiles,” according to a tweet from Syrian state-run news agency SANA early Thursday.