SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – California’s drought czars are welcoming the wet start to the state’s rainy season. The state Water Resources Control Board on Tuesday will release the latest monthly conservation figures for California households and businesses. Board chairwoman Felicia Marcus says September’s figures will show water use by Californians has stabilized for now. That’s after alarming August water-use figures showed Californians’ conservation efforts plummeting by a third from the year before. The other good news for California is that parts of the north of the state received three to five times normal rain for the past month. Water officials will look at overall rain, snow and state water use before deciding after January whether to return to mandatory statewide conservation.