Yemenis receive humanitarian aid provided by the World Food Programme (WFP) in the Yemeni capital Sanaa. AFP
The coalition, which backs Yemen's internationally recognised government against the Huthis in a civil war, said it destroyed weapons storehouses in the rebel-held capital, according to the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
"The operation in Sanaa was an immediate response to an attempt to transfer weapons from Al-Tashrifat camp in Sanaa," it said in a statement, adding it "destroyed weapons warehouses".
The coalition is scheduled to hold a news conference on Sunday at which it has said it will show evidence of involvement by Lebanon's Iran-backed Hezbollah militia in the Yemeni conflict.
Saudi Arabia has long accused Iran of supplying the Huthis with sophisticated weapons and its Hezbollah proxy of training the insurgents, charges the Islamic republic denies.
Yemen has been wracked by civil war since 2014 pitting the government against the Huthis who control much of the north.
Tens of thousands of people have been killed, in what the United Nations has described as the world's worst humanitarian crisis.
The coalition launched a "large-scale" military operation against the Huthis on Saturday, the Saudi authorities said, after missiles fired by the rebels killed two people in the kingdom, the first such deaths in three years.
Those air raids left dead three civilians, including a child and a woman, Yemeni medics told AFP.
The coalition maintains its operations are carried out in accordance with international humanitarian law, repeatedly urging the Huthis against using civilians as human shields.
It said it will present during Sunday's news conference "evidence of involvement of Lebanon's terrorist Hezbollah in Yemen and use of (Sanaa) airport to target the kingdom", according to SPA.
The coalition has intensified its air strikes on Sanaa, targeting earlier this week the airport, whose operations have largely ceased because of a Saudi-led blockade since August 2016, with exemptions for aid flights.
Meanwhile, the insurgents often launch missiles and drones into Saudi Arabia, targeting its airports and oil infrastructure.
The UN estimates Yemen's war will have claimed 377,000 lives by the end of the year through both direct and indirect impacts.