We have provided theoretical study on the spectral and temporal properties of the scattering of pulsed plane wave from a symmetrical groove doublet configuration. Based on the numerical calculation results, we show that the spectrum and the waveform of the scattered field are sensitive to the shape of the rectangular grooves when the grooves are deep enough. In both spectral and temporal domain, a damped oscillatory behavior occurs when the groove spacing increases. Furthermore, the spectral and temporal dependences of the angular distribution are consisted of interference-like fringe patterns. These patterns are sensitive to the size of the groove width and spacing rather than the groove shape when the depth is small enough. Our study takes the analysis of pulse scattering by finite grooves a step further on the theoretical side, and offers opportunities for the control of spectral and temporal properties of pulsed scattered wave in low frequency regime such as THz and microwave domain.