Yes, it is sort of the opposit of El Nino. La Nina is a pattern of unusually cold temperatures in the Pacific while El Nino is unusually warm pacific temps. La Nina is sometimes referred to as El Viejo. You can see ocean temperature maps at the website listed below.
I believe there is, I think it has something to do with the main pacific ocean wind direction.
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