Pruning Rose Bushes

I have 10, 50+ year old single petal, rose bushes facing the north side of house. I always hesitate cutting them back, especially when unexpected cold weather is close to my area. I have 10 bags of mulch that have not been put down yet and know it helps the roots survive the winter months. Some of the rose leaves have spots, but it does not appear to be "black spot". Cold fronts are approaching my area from week to week. Is it safe to cut back limbs now? If so, how far back? Thank you for your help.

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