Formal, Public, Cleared Of Suspicion
noun, の adjective
If you say something is going to clear up, you're usually talking about the weather. That makes it clear weather.
This can also mean formal or public. After all, you'll want anything formal or public to happen when it's clear weather! And finally, you can use it to say that someone has been cleared of suspicion.
This has the same reading as the kanji you learned, meaning you know the reading!
The weather forecast said that it will be clear tomorrow, a day after tomorrow, and two days from now.
The forecast says "clear weather, with clouds later on," so I don't think you need an umbrella.
It’s a good thing it’s clear out on your birthday, eh?