These two diagrams depict the speed of the solar wind as measured by the Ulysses spacecraft. The red and blue arrows indicate solar wind speed; longer arrows represent higher speeds. The diagram on the left shows the Sun at "solar min" when sunspots are rare. The image on the right shows the "solar max" period of a sunspot cycle, when the Sun is very active and sunspots are common. At solar min, the fast solar wind (~750 km/sec) flows outward from coronal holes near the poles, while the slow solar wind (~400 km/sec) emanates from the Sun's equator. At solar max, when the Sun's magnetic field is a scrambled mess, the solar wind speed is not related to latitude in any simple way. Red vs. blue arrows indicate opposite polarity of the Sun's magnetic field (the IMF).
Images courtesy of the ESA.