The quake's center was about three miles northeast of Ginosar, near Lake Kinnere, Ynetnews.com reported.
Residents of the area wrote Ynetnews.com about how objects shook in their homes.
"I felt like someone was pushing me off the chair," said Noa Boganim from Tiberias.
Michael from Tiberias wrote: "I felt as if I was dizzy, the computer screen fell down."
This was the third quake to strike Israel in four days, The Jerusalem Post reported.
On Saturday, a 3.6-magnitude earthquake was felt in the northern area of the Sea of Galilee and the Hula Valley, and on Thursday, a 3.5 quake shook the Jerusalem area.
No reports of injuries or damage followed either of the earlier quakes.
Dr. Uri Frieslander the head of the Geophysical Institute of Israel said: "There is still no explanation for the series of recent earthquakes but we are investigating the matter."
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